__based Grammar

Microsoft Specific

Based addressing is useful when you need precise control over the segment in which objects are allocated (static and dynamic based data).

The only form of based addressing acceptable in 32-bit and 64-bit compilations is "based on a pointer" that defines a type that contains a 32-bit or 64-bit displacement to a 32-bit or 64-bit base or based on void.

Grammar

based-range-modifier: __based( base-expression )

base-expression: based-variablebased-abstract-declaratorsegment-namesegment-cast

based-variable: identifier

based-abstract-declarator: abstract-declarator

base-type: type-name

END Microsoft Specific

See also

Based Pointers