> > And of course, dword is already overloaded when it appears outside of
> > the brackets. Would this be legal?
> > mov dword [dword dword rel ebx-1], 100
> IP-relative addressing can not be combined with registers.
> Also, IP-relative addressing and tradditonal EAs are mutually exclusive.
> That is, you can have "dword ebx-1" or "eip-1", but not both at the same time.
And before people get confused by that flurry of "dword" qualifiers...
Always remember: address type qualifiers inside the square brackets, but
operand size qualifiers outside. It's really that simple. See a previous
response of mine for an exhaustive list.
That said, "eip" and "rip" are address type qualifiers, i.e. they cannot
reside outside the square brackets, but only inside.
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