Allocate some space for your non-Win32ASM related stuff here.
what does Allocate,related ,heap,and stuff mean.thankyou
Posted on 2003-08-21 23:49:07 by tomorrow
Heap = pile

Allocate = to set aside

stuff = things

related = like
Posted on 2003-08-21 23:51:58 by bitRAKE
but what does pile mean
Posted on 2003-08-21 23:55:03 by tomorrow
pile = messy stack
Posted on 2003-08-22 00:00:00 by bitRAKE
sorry ,i can not understand .
Posted on 2003-08-22 00:20:03 by tomorrow
Sand is in a pile.

Pile of dirt.

PILE
Posted on 2003-08-22 00:30:38 by bitRAKE
i can see lot of picture,but i can't understand pile now,hehe,what does you mean.
Posted on 2003-08-22 00:37:52 by tomorrow
When you lay many things/stuff on top of each other they form(=become, build) a pile.
Here is some of the images that shows different types of piles:
A pile of film
A pile of papers (with a sign on top)
A pile of rubbish(=garbage, crap, junk)
A pile of pigs
A pile of metal objects
A pile of ladybugs
A pile of tires


Heap can be explained as the place where you throw/put stuff you no longer want/need - in this board the Heap is used as the place where you put things that aren't asm related.

(I found something using google - It maybe help a little ()but since I don't speak chinese I don't know if it's good :):
http://www.tigernt.com/cgi-bin/ecdict.cgi - English-Chinese dictionary
This is what a Lock Up on pile resulted in (may not be propperly shown since I cut and paste):
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???? batch; collection; heap; mound; slew; stack

pile up ??

Pile-on ??
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Posted on 2003-08-22 09:50:27 by scientica
scientica,thank you very very much. best wishes to you.
heap De yi si ,zai zhong guo de lun tan(bbs) shang shi bu shi xiang dang yu Guan Shui?
Posted on 2003-08-24 03:45:59 by tomorrow
Hmm. In my opinion this section was named after the Win32 Heaps -
invoke GetProcessHeap
invoke HeapAlloc,eax,0,4096 ; 'Alloc' is short for 'allocate'
; now, in the memory array, pointed by eax, you put stuff - any stuff.
Posted on 2003-08-25 00:11:06 by Ultrano
Ultrano, and to better understand those heaps it would do good to know they were named after the other heaps mentioned above. ;)
Posted on 2003-08-25 00:15:54 by bitRAKE
I agree :grin:
Posted on 2003-08-25 00:21:32 by Ultrano