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Is the instruction after a RET always the one after CALL?
In a well-behaved C program, shall the return statement (RET) always return to the instruction following the CALL statement? I know this is the default, but I would like to check if anyone knows or remembers authentic examples of cases where this standard does not apply (common compiler optimization or other things...).
Thank you very much,