NtOskrnl.exe(allrem)

I looking for the explanation of the function

allrem....

I know that it's member of ntoskrnl.exe but I don't know what do it ?
i32tomarAsked:
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jkrConnect With a Mentor Commented:
'allrem()' seems to be math support that returns the 64bit remainder of a division. There are also others like

879 @ stdcall -ret64 _alldiv(long long long long) _alldiv
880 @ stdcall -ret64 _allmul(long long long long) _allmul
881 @ stdcall -register -i386 _alloca_probe() NTDLL_alloca_probe
882 @ stdcall -ret64 _allrem(long long long long) _allrem
883 @ stdcall -ret64 _aulldiv(long long long long) _aulldiv
884 @ stdcall -ret64 _aullrem(long long long long) _aullrem
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madfaceCommented:
is  allrem  the function if so it must be custom made msdn shows nothing on it
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i32tomarAuthor Commented:
'allrem()'is an assembler routine that is defined in CRunTime and it's normally linked statically with ntoskrnl.exe
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jkrCommented:
Thank you, but why a "C"????
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ComTechCommented:
i32tomar, you accepted the comment on the same day you asked the question, if it was not good enough, you had plenty of time to wait.  Seems to me the answer here is very good.

Will change the grade to an A.

ComTech
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