Lods byte ptr ds:[esi] ;i know that it loads a byte that is a pointer my question is " is the pointer ds with esi as an offset or is it the other way around or am i just plain wrong" ?
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esi just contains an address that is within the ds segment. ds is not a pointer -- it contains the address of the data segment. Sometimes you might even see cs:[esi] or even ss:[esi] in which case esi is pointer to somewhere in the code segment or stack segment, respectively.
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