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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Capstone Python bindings, by Nguyen Anh Quynnh <>
from __future__ import print_function
from capstone import *
import binascii
from xprint import to_hex
X86_CODE32 = b"\x8d\x4c\x32\x08\x01\xd8\x81\xc6\x34\x12\x00\x00\x00\x91\x92"
RANDOM_CODE = b"\xed\x00\x00\x00\x00\x1a\x5a\x0f\x1f\xff\xc2\x09\x80\x00\x00\x00\x07\xf7\xeb\x2a\xff\xff\x7f\x57\xe3\x01\xff\xff\x7f\x57\xeb\x00\xf0\x00\x00\x24\xb2\x4f\x00\x78"
all_tests = (
(CS_ARCH_X86, CS_MODE_32, X86_CODE32, "X86 32 (Intel syntax)", None),
# Sample callback for SKIPDATA option
def testcb(buffer, size, offset, userdata):
# always skip 2 bytes of data
return 2
# ## Test class Cs
def test_class():
for (arch, mode, code, comment, syntax) in all_tests:
print('*' * 16)
print("Platform: %s" %comment)
print("Code: %s" % to_hex(code))
md = Cs(arch, mode)
if syntax is not None:
md.syntax = syntax
md.skipdata = True
# Default "data" instruction's name is ".byte". To rename it to "db", just uncomment
# the code below.
# md.skipdata_setup = ("db", None, None)
# NOTE: This example ignores SKIPDATA's callback (first None) & user_data (second None)
# To customize the SKIPDATA callback, uncomment the line below.
# md.skipdata_setup = (".db", CS_SKIPDATA_CALLBACK(testcb), None)
for insn in md.disasm(code, 0x1000):
#bytes = binascii.hexlify(insn.bytes)
#print("0x%x:\t%s\t%s\t// hex-code: %s" %(insn.address, insn.mnemonic, insn.op_str, bytes))
print("0x%x:\t%s\t%s" % (insn.address, insn.mnemonic, insn.op_str))
print("0x%x:" % (insn.address + insn.size))
except CsError as e:
print("ERROR: %s" % e)
if __name__ == '__main__':