The GetDisassembleEffectiveOffset method returns the address of the last instruction disassembled using Disassemble.
- Offset [out]
Receives the address in the target's memory of the effective offset from the last instruction disassembled.
This method can also return error values. See Return Values for more details.
The method was successful.
The effective offset is the memory location used by an instruction. For example, if the last instruction to be disassembled is
move ax, [ebp+4], the effective address is the value of
ebp+4. This corresponds to the $ea pseudo-register.
For more information about using assembly with the debugger engine API, see Assembling and Disassembling Instructions.