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problem 1) The OFFSET directive can’t be used in inline assembly code in Visual C++.
problem 2) Variables could be defined using BYTE and WORD in inline assembly code in Visual C++.
problem 3) Language's calling convention includes the list of which registers should be preserved by called procedures.
problem 4) External identifiers are names which have placed in the object file, so the linker could make the names available to other program modules.
problem 5) Calling program and a called procedure could use different memory models.
problem 6) Language's calling convention doesn’t include order in which parameters are passed.
problem 7) C language programs automatically convert external identifiers to all uppercase letters.
problem 8) Offsets of stack parameters might be computed from either EBP or ESP without creating any program maintenance difficulties.