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I'm wondering how p-code ofs"XXXX" is generated.
Because I'm making a tool that generate code for a flash program.
So I know how I should convert xxxx to.
Right now do I only generate numbers. But I have seen letters too. And I wonder how it's
Example P-code generated from my tool:
P-code example from the swf:
It is just a label. You can put "dog" in it, any valid AS identifier, it will compile
this will compile in FFDec correctly.
Label names are not stored in the SWF file so they are lost. During decompilation we
assign then unique identifiers based on offset in the method - ofs028f is "ofs" and 028f
which is address of the instruction in hexadecimal. The label does not matter, it just
need to be unique in the P-code so we give them addressbased name.