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A few months ago I've written an article named Where the top of the stack is on x86, which aimed to clear some misunderstandings regarding stack usage on the x86 architecture. The article concluded with a useful diagram presenting the stack frame layout of a typical function call.

In this article I will examine the stack frame layout of the newer 64-bit version of the x86 architecture, x64 1. The focus will be on Linux and other OSes following the official System V AMD64 ABI (available from here). Windows uses a somewhat different ABI, and I will mention it briefly in the end.

I have no intention of detailing the complete x64 calling convention here. For that, you will literally have to read the whole AMD64 ABI.

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