Turning warning off

rod.niner@gm.com rod.niner@gm.com
Thu Aug 31 18:03:00 GMT 2006

Lots of compilers have the ability to turn off a particular warning
message, does Gcc?
Because I am setting and not "using" a register (bread crumb)  until a
reset occurs I get a warning message about value not being used.
I can add a note in code but it would be better that I could add something
to code to prevent this known (and acceptable warning)

Best Regards,

Rod Niner
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