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What is the reason for this assembly code?

The code is incomplete but the revert is returning Reentrant() (0xed3ba6a6). It could be some kind of reentrancy protection.
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Inline assembly loop doesn't update memory

While i was editing my question i realized: I just need to set the offset for calldata's reading point first to 34 outside the loop, then in every loop i must add 32 to it. outside: let loffset:= 34 ...
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reading and writing to a packed nested struct using inline assembly

The code below shows an implementation for incrementing: // SPDX-License-Identifier: UNLICENSED pragma solidity ^0.8.0; contract CalendarGasTest { struct ExampleNested_1 { uint88 e0; ...
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Is there a shortcut for "greater than or equals to" in Solidity assembly?

There is no such opcode and no assembly function. You can use iszero(lt()) for this
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Grab first 20 bytes of 32-bytes input

You could cast the value in byte20 case i.e(bytes20(bytes32)).
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