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Stack entry & register simulator tool

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hhh3h:
Hello, I have an idea for a NASM learning aid.

It would be a webpage or script or program of some sort (written in any language), where the user would perform the following steps:

* The user also selects the desired architecture/ABI from a dropdown list:
* X64_SYSTEMV
* X64_MICROSOFTX64 (Sometimes called Windows "Native" calling convention)
* X86_CDECL
* X86_STDCALL
* X86_FASTCALL
* X86_THISCALL
* Supply a desired function written in C, like:
--- Code: ---
    int myFunc(int a, int b, float c, float d)


--- End code ---

And the tool will output some type of visualization or at least some description of which variables are in which registers, and what the stack will look like.

Such a tool would certainly help me.

Structure:

--- Quote ---the tool will output some type of visualization or at least some description
--- End quote ---

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