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30-up: You know what? Those really weren't the days

Ken Moorhouse Silver badge

Re: programming in assembler you can't do without unconditional jumps

There were those annoying coders that would perform a JSR (jump to subroutine), pop the return address off the stack, pushing a different one on, then returning using RTS. Good for jump tables and for confusing disassemblers.

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