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Push to stack null terminated string

Push to stack null terminated string

Push to stack null terminated string

Hi... My question is how do I push a null terminated string (to use windows API functions) to the stack? For example, if I want to push "hello" i would use push 68656c6c6f right? What if i wanted "hello" to be a null-terminated string?

RE: Push to stack null terminated string

  I belive that you want to push the 32bit address of the string, not the string itself.  Most (if not all) Windows API function recieve strings as pointers.

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