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NAME

       fcml-disasm - single-line disassembler

SYNOPSIS

       fcml-disasm [-s] [-e] [-rc] [-rh] [-rz] [-rs] [gas] [-asa<size>] [-osa<size>] -m<size> -ip
       <address> <code>

DESCRIPTION

       fcml-disasm is a single-line disassembler for Intel iAPx86,  IA-32  and  EM64T  CPUs,  and
       compatible CPUs from other manufacturers.

       It displays all possible interpretations of the given machine code.

OPTIONS

       fcml-disasm accepts the following options:

       -s     Prefer short instruction forms.

       -e     Extend displacement sizes to address size attribute.

       -rc    Render instruction code.

       -rh    Render immediate values and displacements as hexadecimal.

       -rz    Remove leading zeroes.

       -rs    Render segment prefixes even when they are optional.

       -gas   Use  GNU  Assembler  dialect  (also  known  as  AT&T). The Intel dialect is used by
              default.

       -asa<size>
              Specify the size of the address size attribute (16, 32 or 64 for  respectively  16,
              32 and 63 bits).

       -osa<size>
              Specify  the  size of the operand size attribute (16, 32 or 64 for respectively 16,
              32 and 63 bits).

       -m<size>
              Specify the addressing mode (16, 32 or 64).

       -ip <address>
              Specify the instruction pointer address (IP, EIP or RIP).

AUTHORS

       fcml-disasm was written by Slawomir Wojtasiak.

       This manual page was written by Stephen Kitt <skitt@debian.org>, for the Debian  GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).