Bill McEnaney
Fri Mar 7 18:50:00 GMT 2008

Why not write "inst" instead "insn?"  

> > pls tell what exactly  insn means.
> "insn" means "instruction".  Inside of GCC, we talk so much about
> instructions that it is a lot easier to say "insns", just like you
> say "pls" instead of "please".
> Segher

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