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Re: Request for clarification on an insn
- From: Alexandre Courbot <Alexandre dot Courbot at lifl dot fr>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 14:35:30 +0200
- Subject: Re: Request for clarification on an insn
- References: <20020820104445.6ef12659.Alexandre.Courbot@lifl.fr>
> I don't really know how to figure out that we are working with a
> pointer here. Nothing seems to indicate that. The documentation
> doesn't mention much about pointers handling neither (unless I missed
> The only difference I can find is that in the first insns there is a
> "mem:SI" access, while everywhere else it is "mem/f:SI". I probably
> missed something very basic here, but I don't know what the /f is for,
> and how to check whether an insn has it or not. I guess this is the
> key to my problem. Anyone could enlighten me please?
Sorry for the stupid question. I just found out that it was answered in
the RTL chapter of the internals manual. Now my problem is solved, my
apologies for the useless traffic!