I recently received an email from some “expert” that was basically a list of “expert” “instruction” that would help me with my exc_bad_instruction. Well, I think I’d rather be able to figure this stuff out for myself, but I won’t get into that.
The reason I am asking this is because I’ve been watching this thread on YouTube for the last month. I’m not a fan of the YouTube comments, but I’ll pass. I’m a software developer, so I can’t really comment on things that I don’t fully understand. I’m not sure what the purpose of this is, but it’s probably very helpful.
The Exc_Bad_Instruction is an exercise that we put out to improve our code in the exc_i386 branch. This is an exc_i386 branch that contains instructions about how the CPU should handle an exception. Exceptions are a part of the CPU that allows it to do something unexpected. This branch is the same as exc_bad_instruction except we’re using a different instruction number.
Exc_i386_invop is a code opcode that tells the CPU to invoke an instruction that will execute a function in a specific context. Its purpose is to allow you to use the code of the exception in a new context, thus eliminating the need for the exception opcode.
Exc_i386_invop is another name for the jump instruction, jmp. The reason you may need to use exc_bad_instruction instead of exc_i386_invop is because the CPU may not even know you’re using a code opcode in an exception. For example, if you’re calling a function with a trap, the compiler may end up doing the jump instead of calling the function.
The reason you may need to use exc_bad_instruction instead of exc_i386_invop is because the CPU may not even know youre using a code opcode in an exception. For example, if youre calling a function with a trap, the compiler may end up doing the jump instead of calling the function.
The problem is when we’re on autopilot for so long that we forget we’re on autopilot and we don’t have to stop and think about it every time we wipe our ass or start a car. Because when we’re not even aware of our own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions, then we no longer control them.
The problem is when were so involved in the day-to-day of making a computer that we forget we were even on autopilot. When we were so involved in our daily to-do list that it became our own personal “life” and we forgot we even were on autopilot.