I'm a beginner of asm, I'm a Chinese.
In an example Fasm offers,I found in the import table the word 'RVA',could any one tell me what it means?
It may be only used in the import table,isn't it?
I also saw some other examples does not use "RVA",I know that they are using macros.
And,where could I find more examples?
Thanks.
Posted on 2002-10-24 03:12:45 by LiuGuoHua(Chinese)
Hi!

RVA stands for Relative Virtual Address. If I remember well,RVA points the relative location of the code/data section(s) etc.. You should better use the macros in your code. You can study Grandmaster Iczelion's PE tutorials (Portable Executable) to understand the RVA concept.

Good luck LiuGuoHua,

:alright:

Vortex
Posted on 2002-10-24 04:06:39 by Vortex
Hi, LiuGuoHua!
Try Luevelsmeyer's "PE File Format", if you want to know what RVA is. You'll find it very useful. :)
Posted on 2002-10-24 10:05:13 by longer