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N
`n' in constraint20.7.1 Simple Constraints
N_REG_CLASSES21.7 Register Classes
name18.2.2 Identifiers
name augmentation13.3 Other VMS Issues
named patterns and conditions20.2 Everything about Instruction Patterns
names used in assembler code5.37 Controlling Names Used in Assembler Code
names, pattern20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
namespace18.4.1 Namespaces
namespace, class, scope18.4 Scopes
NAMESPACE_DECL18.4.1 Namespaces
NAMESPACE_DECL18.5 Declarations
naming convention, implementation headers6.5 Declarations and Definitions in One Header
naming types5.6 Naming an Expression's Type
ne19.9 Comparison Operations
ne and attributes20.17.2 Attribute Expressions
NE_EXPR18.7 Expressions
NEED_ATEXIT21.21 Miscellaneous Parameters
neg19.8 RTL Expressions for Arithmetic
neg and attributes20.17.2 Attribute Expressions
neg, canonicalization of20.13 Canonicalization of Instructions
NEGATE_EXPR18.7 Expressions
negm2 instruction pattern20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
nested functions5.4 Nested Functions
nested functions, trampolines for21.10 Trampolines for Nested Functions
newline vs string constants3.4 Options Controlling C Dialect
newlines (escaped)5.16 Slightly Looser Rules for Escaped Newlines
next_cc0_user20.11 Defining Jump Instruction Patterns
NEXT_INSN19.17 Insns
NEXT_OBJC_RUNTIME21.11 Implicit Calls to Library Routines
nil19.1 RTL Object Types
no-op move instructions17. Passes and Files of the Compiler
NO_AUTO_EXE_SUFFIX22. The Configuration File
NO_BUILTIN_PTRDIFF_TYPE21.1 Controlling the Compilation Driver, `gcc'
NO_BUILTIN_SIZE_TYPE21.1 Controlling the Compilation Driver, `gcc'
NO_BUILTIN_WCHAR_TYPE21.1 Controlling the Compilation Driver, `gcc'
NO_BUILTIN_WINT_TYPE21.1 Controlling the Compilation Driver, `gcc'
no_check_memory_usage function attribute5.26 Declaring Attributes of Functions
NO_DBX_FUNCTION_END21.18.3 Open-Ended Hooks for DBX Format
NO_DOLLAR_IN_LABEL21.21 Miscellaneous Parameters
NO_DOT_IN_LABEL21.21 Miscellaneous Parameters
NO_FUNCTION_CSE21.14 Describing Relative Costs of Operations
NO_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C21.21 Miscellaneous Parameters
no_instrument_function function attribute5.26 Declaring Attributes of Functions
no_new_pseudos20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
NO_PROFILE_COUNTERS21.8.11 Generating Code for Profiling
NO_RECURSIVE_FUNCTION_CSE21.14 Describing Relative Costs of Operations
NO_REGS21.7 Register Classes
nocommon attribute5.33 Specifying Attributes of Variables
non-constant initializers5.20 Non-Constant Initializers
non-static inline function5.35 An Inline Function is As Fast As a Macro
NON_SAVING_SETJMP21.6.1 Basic Characteristics of Registers
nongcc_SI_type21.11 Implicit Calls to Library Routines
nongcc_word_type21.11 Implicit Calls to Library Routines
nonlocal_goto instruction pattern20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
nonlocal_goto_receiver instruction pattern20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
nonoffsettable memory reference20.7.1 Simple Constraints
nop instruction pattern20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
NOP_EXPR18.7 Expressions
noreturn function attribute5.26 Declaring Attributes of Functions
NORMAL_MODE21.20 Mode Switching Instructions
not19.8 RTL Expressions for Arithmetic
not and attributes20.17.2 Attribute Expressions
not equal19.9 Comparison Operations
not, canonicalization of20.13 Canonicalization of Instructions
note19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_BEG19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_END19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_DELETED19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_EH_REGION_BEG19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_EH_REGION_END19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_LOOP_CONT19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_LOOP_END19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_LOOP_VTOP19.17 Insns
NOTE_INSN_SETJMP19.17 Insns
NOTE_LINE_NUMBER19.17 Insns
NOTE_SOURCE_FILE19.17 Insns
NOTICE_UPDATE_CC21.13 Condition Code Status
NS32K options3.17.26 NS32K Options
NUM_MACHINE_MODES19.5 Machine Modes
NUM_MODES_FOR_MODE_SWITCHING21.20 Mode Switching Instructions

O
`o' in constraint20.7.1 Simple Constraints
OBJC_GEN_METHOD_LABEL21.17.4 Output and Generation of Labels
OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH3.19 Environment Variables Affecting GCC
OBJC_INT_SELECTORS21.5 Layout of Source Language Data Types
OBJC_PROLOGUE21.17.1 The Overall Framework of an Assembler File
OBJC_SELECTORS_WITHOUT_LABELS21.5 Layout of Source Language Data Types
OBJECT_FORMAT_COFF21.17.6 Macros Controlling Initialization Routines
OBJECT_FORMAT_ROSE21.17.6 Macros Controlling Initialization Routines
OBJECT_SUFFIX22. The Configuration File
Objective C1. Compile C, C++, Objective C, Fortran, Java
Objective-C options, command line3.6 Options Controlling Objective-C Dialect
OBSTACK_CHUNK_ALLOC22. The Configuration File
OBSTACK_CHUNK_FREE22. The Configuration File
OBSTACK_CHUNK_SIZE22. The Configuration File
OCS (88k)3.17.11 M88K Options
OFFSET_TYPE18.3 Types
offsettable address20.7.1 Simple Constraints
OImode19.5 Machine Modes
old-style function definitions5.28 Prototypes and Old-Style Function Definitions
OLDAR23.2 The Host Makefile Fragment
OLDCC23.2 The Host Makefile Fragment
OMIT_EH_TABLE21.17.9 Assembler Commands for Exception Regions
omitted middle-operands5.9 Conditionals with Omitted Operands
ON_EXIT21.21 Miscellaneous Parameters
one_cmplm2 instruction pattern20.8 Standard Pattern Names For Generation
ONLY_INT_FIELDS22. The Configuration File
open coding5.35 An Inline Function is As Fast As a Macro
operand access19.3 Access to Operands
operand constraints20.7 Operand Constraints
operand substitution20.5 Output Templates and Operand Substitution
operands20.2 Everything about Instruction Patterns
OPTIMIZATION_OPTIONS21.2 Run-time Target Specification
optimize options3.10 Options That Control Optimization
OPTIMIZE_MODE_SWITCHING21.20 Mode Switching Instructions
optional hardware or system features21.2 Run-time Target Specification
options to control diagnostics formatting3.7 Options to Control Diagnostic Messages Formatting
options to control warnings3.8 Options to Request or Suppress Warnings
options, C++3.5 Options Controlling C++ Dialect
options, code generation3.18 Options for Code Generation Conventions
options, debugging3.9 Options for Debugging Your Program or GCC
options, dialect3.4 Options Controlling C Dialect
options, directory search3.14 Options for Directory Search
options, GCC command3. GCC Command Options
options, grouping3. GCC Command Options
options, linking3.13 Options for Linking
options, Objective-C3.6 Options Controlling Objective-C Dialect
options, optimization3.10 Options That Control Optimization
options, order3. GCC Command Options
options, preprocessor3.11 Options Controlling the Preprocessor
order of evaluation, side effects9.11 Certain Changes We Don't Want to Make
order of options3. GCC Command Options
order of register allocation21.6.2 Order of Allocation of Registers
ORDER_REGS_FOR_LOCAL_ALLOC21.6.2 Order of Allocation of Registers
Ordering of Patterns20.9 When the Order of Patterns Matters
other register constraints20.7.1 Simple Constraints
OUTGOING_REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE21.8.5 Passing Function Arguments on the Stack
OUTGOING_REGNO21.6.1 Basic Characteristics of Registers
output file option3.2 Options Controlling the Kind of Output
output of assembler code21.17.1 The Overall Framework of an Assembler File
output statements20.6 C Statements for Assembler Output
output templates20.5 Output Templates and Operand Substitution
output_addr_const21.17.2 Output of Data
OUTPUT_ADDR_CONST_EXTRA21.17.2 Output of Data
output_asm_insn20.6 C Statements for Assembler Output
OUTPUT_QUOTED_STRING21.17.1 The Overall Framework of an Assembler File
overflow while constant folding21.19 Cross Compilation and Floating Point
OVERLOAD18.6 Functions
overloaded virtual fn, warning3.5 Options Controlling C++ Dialect
OVERRIDE_OPTIONS21.2 Run-time Target Specification
OVL_CURRENT18.6 Functions
OVL_NEXT18.6 Functions

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