The FPO display shows the all the Frame Pointer Omission data in the PE file.
Frame Pointer Omission data is largely obsolete these days. Since Windows Vista, no Windows binaries have been shipped that use Frame Pointer Omission. However the option to use Frame Pointer Omission remains in the compiler.
The type of frame.
Valid values are:
The relative virtual offset of the function that has Frame Pointer Omission data
This is the size of the function that has Frame Pointer Omission data.
The number of DWORD local variables this function has.
The number of DWORD parameters this function has.
The number of bytes in the function prolog.
How many registers are saved.
Does the function use Structured Exception Handling?
Does the function use the EBP register?
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