porting inline assembly to gcc

Posted on 2003-03-30
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Last Modified: 2010-04-21
how can I port the following to gcc :

mov   dword ptr returnedValue    , eax

where returnedValue is of type unsigned returnedValue[20]
Question by:drors
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ID: 8246495
I think you can try:
  asm( "movl %eax, returnedValue" );

Author Comment

ID: 8251448
and what if I have this line
mov   dword ptr returnedValue + 4   , eax
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dimitry earned 100 total points
ID: 8251877
Then I think it should be:
 asm( "movl %eax, returnedValue+4" );

Author Comment

ID: 8252585
Thanks, in the guidelines they suggest something like that:
movl %eax,4(returnedValue) and it did not work

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