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LLE10208 : Howto disassemble C/C++ code with gdb to have a look at it?


You would like to disasemble a program or function with gdb




To disassemble you first need to run gdb with the program as a parameter. Now you can use the command disas to start showing assembler code for certain functions.


disas main

(gdb) disas main
Dump of assembler code for function main:
0x00401d98 <main+0>:    push   %ebp
0x00401d99 <main+1>:    mov    $0x10,%eax
0x00401d9e <main+6>:    mov    %esp,%ebp
0x00401da0 <main+8>:    push   %ebx
0x00401da1 <main+9>:    sub    $0x64,%esp
0x00401da4 <main+12>:   and    $0xfffffff0,%esp
0x00401da7 <main+15>:   call   0x407cb4 <_alloca>
0x00401dac <main+20>:   call   0x401f48 <__main>
0x00401db1 <main+25>:   call   0x40800c <GetCommandLineA@0>
0x00401db6 <main+30>:   mov    %eax,%ebx
0x00401db8 <main+32>:   lea    -0x58(%ebp),%eax
0x00401dbb <main+35>:   mov    %eax,(%esp)
0x00401dbe <main+38>:   call   0x408004 <GetStartupInfoA@4>
0x00401dc3 <main+43>:   sub    $0x4,%esp
0x00401dc6 <main+46>:   test   %ebx,%ebx
0x00401dc8 <main+48>:   jne    0x401dd0 <main+56>
0x00401dca <main+50>:   jmp    0x401e6c <main+212>

Here you can see what the assembler code of the main fucntion looks like.


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