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I would like to ask: @ stWndClass.hInstance can not be assigned in the form of mov, I found that it always uses the push

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Post time: 2020-2-22 17:00:02
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@ stWndClass.hInstance can not be assigned in the form of mov. I found that it always uses the push and pop methods to assign values.
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Post time: 2020-7-4 14:00:01
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There are only a few assembly instructions. Do you want to use = to assign values?
Why the low-level language is called the low-level language, and why the high-level language is high-level and why assembly is difficult. This may be one of the reasons, and these problems in the high-level language do not need users to consider.
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Post time: 2020-7-6 15:45:01
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Of course, you can use MOV to assign values, as long as the addressing mode is met
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