Sumit, what you're describing with 'add eax ebx' is a machine-
language string GP representation. ECJ does not support such a
representation at this time -- it uses a parse-tree representation.
If you're looking for machine language instructions, the ECJ website
has some pointers to other systems that may fit your bill better.
You could also google for 'Discipulus' as well.
On Jul 3, 2007, at 1:57 PM, Sumit Ahuja wrote:
> I am very new to ECJ. I am posting very basic query. Hopefully someone
> will be able to provide a good advice. I am trying to use ECJ for
> instructions to improve the test coverage. I would like to know if
> is a way or example in which I can see set of instructions or some
> intermediate representation that can help to create the output in
> form of
> instructions e.g. add eax ebx; etc..