The OutputDisassembly method disassembles a processor instruction and sends the disassembly to the output callbacks.
HRESULT OutputDisassembly( [in] ULONG OutputControl, [in] ULONG64 Offset, [in] ULONG Flags, [out] PULONG64 EndOffset );
- OutputControl [in]
- Offset [in]
Specifies the location in the target's memory of the instruction to disassemble.
- Flags [in]
Specifies the bit-flags that affect the behavior of this method. The following table lists the bits that can be set.
Bit-Flag Effect when set
Compute the effective address from the current register information and display it.
If the address of the instruction has an exact symbol match, output the symbol.
Include the source line number of the instruction in the output.
Include the source file name in the output.
- EndOffset [out]
Receives the location in the target's memory of the instruction that follows the disassembled instruction.
This method can also return error values. See Return Values for more details.
The method was successful.
The assembly language depends on the effective processor type of the target system. For information about the assembly language, see the processor documentation.
For an overview of using assembly in debugger applications, see Debugging in Assembly Mode. For more information about using assembly with the debugger engine API, see Assembling and Disassembling Instructions.