FRAME RESTORE

Use the FRAME RESTORE directive to inform the assembler that the contents of specified registers have been restored to the values they had on entry to the function. You can only use it within functions with FUNCTION and ENDFUNC or PROC and ENDP directives.

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FRAME RESTORE {reglist}

where:

reglist

is a list of registers whose contents have been restored. There must be at least one register in the list.

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Use FRAME RESTORE immediately after the callee reloads registers from the stack. You do not have to do this after the last instruction in a function.

reglist can contain integer registers or floating-point registers, but not both.

Note

If your code uses a single instruction to load registers and alter the stack pointer, you can use FRAME POP instead of using both FRAME RESTORE and FRAME ADDRESS.

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