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A register variable allows the user to rename a general processor register to a meaningful name. More...

#include <frame.hpp>

Inherits range_t.

Public Member Functions

 regvar_t (const regvar_t &r)
 
regvar_toperator= (const regvar_t &r)
 
void swap (regvar_t &r)
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from range_t
 range_t (void)
 Constructor.
 
 range_t (ea_t ea1, ea_t ea2)
 Constructor.
 
int compare (const range_t &r) const
 Compare two range_t instances, based on the start_ea.
 
bool operator== (const range_t &r) const
 Compare two range_t's with '=='.
 
bool operator!= (const range_t &r) const
 Compare two range_t's with '!='.
 
bool operator> (const range_t &r) const
 Compare two range_t's with '<'.
 
bool operator< (const range_t &r) const
 Compare two range_t's with '>'.
 
bool contains (ea_t ea) const
 Is 'ea' in the address range?
 
bool contains (const range_t &r) const
 Is every ea in 'r' also in this range_t?
 
bool overlaps (const range_t &r) const
 Is there an ea in 'r' that is also in this range_t?
 
void clear (void)
 Set start_ea, end_ea to 0.
 
bool empty (void) const
 Is the size of the range_t <= 0?
 
asize_t size (void) const
 Get end_ea - start_ea.
 
void intersect (const range_t &r)
 Assign the range_t to the intersection between the range_t and 'r'.
 
void extend (ea_t ea)
 Ensure that the range_t includes 'ea'.
 
size_t print (char *buf, size_t bufsize) const
 Print the range_t. More...
 

Public Attributes

char * canon = nullptr
 canonical register name (case-insensitive)
 
char * user = nullptr
 user-defined register name
 
char * cmt = nullptr
 comment to appear near definition
 
- Public Attributes inherited from range_t
ea_t start_ea
 start_ea included
 
ea_t end_ea
 end_ea excluded
 

Detailed Description

A register variable allows the user to rename a general processor register to a meaningful name.

IDA doesn't check whether the target assembler supports the register renaming. All register definitions will appear at the beginning of the function.


The documentation for this struct was generated from the following file: