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Compile code to raw binary


Compile code to raw binary

By : JSamy
Date : November 21 2020, 07:31 AM
To fix the issue you can do I'm trying to compile my code into raw binary and as suggested by other SO posts (like this and this) I tried objdump: , You can pass -j .text to objcopy.
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Compile a static binary which code there a function gethostbyname

Compile a static binary which code there a function gethostbyname


By : SAM
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . What you are asking for is going to be very difficult.
See this StackOverflow question about getaddrinfo. Basically, underneath getaddrinfo/gethostbyname is glibc's NSS layer. This allows a sysadmin to say "use DNS for resolving hostnames to IP addresses", or "use LDAP", or "don't use anything other than /etc/hosts". This control is at runtime; the sysadmin can at any point change the way hostnames are resolved to IPs.
Does dart support compile to binary code?

Does dart support compile to binary code?


By : automoves
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I assume you are talking about Dart server code. Client code is transpiled to JavaScript, tree-shaken, and minified. This is quite some obfuscation.
For server side code you can use snapshots.
code :
dart --gen-precompiled-snapshot
When we compile C++ what do we get ? binary code ? assembleur code?

When we compile C++ what do we get ? binary code ? assembleur code?


By : Dong Dung
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. C and C++ are compiled into an object file. These files contain the machine code that can directly be executed on the target processor. However before being fully executable, we will need to link all the object files together. This does not change the code other than to fill in all the addresses for missing symbols. The format of the code remains the same.
On linux, the object files are in ELF format.
Is there a way to compile raw hex code into a binary executable in C?

Is there a way to compile raw hex code into a binary executable in C?


By : Josh Thalheimer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do If you want to use NASM for handling the correct binary executable meta data, and format cruft, and you want to produce only the main body of code, you can write to disk new ".asm" file with some header template, like:
code :
           bits    64
global _start
_start:
    dw      0x1234
    dw      0xc3d5
    ...
nasm -f elf64 temp1234.asm; ld -b elf64-x86-64 -o temp1234 temp1234.o
#include <cstdio>
typedef unsigned short word;
void foo() {
    word payload[3] = { 0x1D35, 0xC3D5, 0xA29F };
    FILE *f = fopen("temp.exe", "wb");
    fwrite(payload, 1, sizeof(payload), f);
    fclose(f);
}
How can I not make the BINARY file when I compile the code?

How can I not make the BINARY file when I compile the code?


By : Gus Armistead
Date : October 05 2020, 09:00 PM
To fix the issue you can do The compiled file is something you want to run, but not something you want to further edit. To make changes, keep editing HelloWorld.cpp. To run your program, use the compiled file.
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