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aggregate two 32 bit registers in to one local 64 bit variable

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i have two 32-bit registers ebx and ecx which are used to store a 64 bit value.
i want to reconstruct 64 bit integer from register b (lower 32 bits) and register c (higher 32 bits) and store in in to 64-bit
How do I do?
int64 value;      

int64 value;	
 
asm {
   mov     ecx, edx
   mov     ebx, eax
   add     ebx, 1
   adc     ecx, 0  
  **************
here I need to store b and c in to 64 bit varriable value.
*************
}
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