x86-64 TUTORIAL: ABI


x86-64 TUTORIAL: INTRODUCTION  |  x86-64 TUTORIAL: ASSEMBLERS

ABI is an abbreviation for Application Binary Interface. Every processor’s instruction set has an ABI. This allows the developer to write code in the correct format that the processor is designed to accept. The x86-64 ABI document can be found at the following links:

GNU/Linux and many other flavors of Unix use the Executable and Linking Format (ELF)) for executables and shared libraries. The current draft is available at SCO’s website.


x86-64 TUTORIAL: INTRODUCTION  |  x86-64 TUTORIAL: ASSEMBLERS