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 Action    name: JumpSuspicious
Suspicious operands are the operands that need your attention because they contain an immediate value that could be a number or an offset. IDA does not know about it, so it marks these instructions as 'suspicious'. You can change the suspiciousness of the operands using set lower limit of suspicious operands and set upper limit of suspicious operands commands.

Data arrays are considered to be suspicious if the first element of the data array is within the lower and upper suspicious limits. Values of other elements are not examined.

You can disable the display of the 'suspicious' marks in the Comments Dialog.

NOTE: We strongly recommend that before producing an ASM file you go through all 'suspicious' marks and get rid of them. After this you have a certain level of confidence that the file has been disassembled correctly.

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