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Where to get information about pawn VM opcodes?


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Deryabin Kirill
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Old 04-18-2022 , 07:56   Where to get information about pawn VM opcodes?
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Hello.
I want to learn some information about sourcepawn virtual machine instructions. Where can I find information about this?
Is there any documentation on the instruction set?
I want to try writing a test disassembler to understand more about the low-level pawn part.
Before that, I looked at the source code of the compiler, but again, I need to know the description and the capabilities of the instruction in order to do something. I don't quite understand the compiler code.
Thanks in advance! Waiting for your reply!
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Old 04-18-2022 , 09:27   Re: Where to get information about pawn VM opcodes?
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There's a reference guide (Russian) about opcodes, but it might be a little outdated. More advanced tutorials about SourcePawn and SourceMod VM are here.

Also you can find about opcodes in the compiler sources. For example, here's the opcode list and here's what each opcode does.
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Old 04-18-2022 , 16:19   Re: Where to get information about pawn VM opcodes?
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There's a reference guide (Russian) about opcodes, but it might be a little outdated. More advanced tutorials about SourcePawn and SourceMod VM are here.

Also you can find about opcodes in the compiler sources. For example, here's the opcode list and here's what each opcode does.
Hello. Unfortunately, I have already read and used everything that you suggested to me.
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