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Manual Reference Pages  -  RASM2 (1)

NAME

rasm2 - radare2 assembler and disassembler tool

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Examples
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

rasm2 [-BdDeEfCLvw] [-a arch] [-b bits] [-c cpu] [-F in:out] [-o offset] [-O ofile] [-s syntax] [-i int] [-l int] [ARG]

DESCRIPTION

This tool uses r_asm to assemble and disassemble files or hexpair strings. It supports a large list of architectures which can be listed using the -L flag.

-a arch
  Set architecture plugin
-b bits
  Set architecture bits
-B Binary input/output (-l is mandatory for binary input)
-c cpu Select specific CPU (depends on -a arch)
-C Output in C format
-d Disassemble hexpair bytes. rasm2 -d 9090
-D Disassemble showing hexpair and opcode
-e Use big endian (or swap endianness if used more than once)
-E Output disassembled instructions in ESIL format.
-f Read data from file instead of ARG.
-F in:out
  Specify input and/or output filters (att2intel, x86.pseudo, ...)
-h Show usage help message.
-l int Input/Output length
-i int Ignore/skip N bytes from the beginning of the input buffer
-L List supported asm plugins
-o offset
  Offset of the opcode to assemble (default is 0)
-O ofile
  output to file, for example ’rasm2 -BF a a.asm’
-s syntax
  Select syntax output (intel, att)
-w Describe opcode (whats op)

EXAMPLES

Assemble opcode:

$ rasm2 -a x86 -b 32 ’mov eax, 33’

Disassemble opcode:

$ rasm2 -d 90

SEE ALSO

radare2(1), rafind2(1), rahash2(1), rabin2(1), radiff2(1), ragg2(1), rarun2(1), rax2(1),

AUTHORS

pancake <pancake@nopcode.org>

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