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Hii all, Right now, I'm trying to porting 80x86 code to M68K. In Intel, there is a function: pokeb(base_addr,offset,data) and using Borland C Compiler will translated like this : /* Assembly Routine to do a pokeb */ /* bp points at stack */ /* stack + 0xc = data */ /* stack + 0xa = register offset from base addr. */ /* es - set to be segment value (CS) */ /* si - set to be register offset */ /* al - data */ mov ax,[base_addr] mov es,ax mov al,[bp+0x0C] mov si,[bp+0x0A] mov es:[si],al I'm a high level programmer, and I don't really understand where this 0x0c and 0x0a come from, and how could in 0x0c is data, and in 0x0a is register offset?? Can somebody explain step by step what the assembler trying to do?? Is there anybody M68K programmer know any C function to replace pokeb, peekb function in M68K?? -- Dony Email : email@example.com