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Microsoft KB Archive/39374

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Article ID: 39374

Article Last Modified on 11/15/2003



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Macro Assembler 5.1 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Macro Assembler 5.1a



This article was previously published under Q39374

SYMPTOMS

When the /LA option is used to show the instructions generated for the RET instruction, where the RET statment has a label on the same line and is contained in a PROC that has a USES clause, and/or parameters, the listing shows the original source line, including the label, after the POP instructions which are inserted by MASM. Running the program under CodeView, checking the object code generated for jumps, and checking the value of the label on the RET in the symbol listing at the end of the program all confirm that MASM is producing correct code. It is just the listing that is incorrect.

RESOLUTION

To produce a correct listing, change the code so that the label and the RET are not on the same line of source. In other words, change

   JUMPHERE:   RET
                

to the following:

JUMPHERE: RET


and the statement will appear in the correct location in the listing file.

STATUS

Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in MASM version 5.10. This problem was corrected in MASM version 6.00.

MORE INFORMATION

The sample code below illustrates the problem. Note: The the first three lines are necessary for using the "USES" directive.

Sample Code:

; Assemble options needed: none

        dosseg
        .model small,c
        .code
myproc  proc uses si di bp
        jz there
there:  ret
myproc     endp
        end
........................................................................

; Incorrect listing file

       1                                        dosseg
       2                                        .model small,c
       3                                assume cs:@code,ds:@data,ss:@data
       4                                        .code
       5 0000                           _TEXT segment 'CODE'
       6 0000                           myproc  proc uses si di bp
       7 0000  56                       push SI
       8 0001  57                       push DI
       9 0002  55                       push BP
      10 0003  74 00                            jz there
      11 0005  5D                       pop BP
      12 0006  5F                       pop DI
      13 0007  5E                       pop SI
      14 0008  C3                       there:  ret
      15 0009                           myproc  endp
      16                                        end
      17 0009                           @CurSeg ends
                


Additional query words: 5.10 5.10a buglist5.10 buglist5.10a fixlist6.00

Keywords: kbfix KB39374