|[20 earlier articles]|
|Re: Register allocation email@example.com (2005-05-18)|
|Re: Register allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) (2005-05-20)|
|Re: Register allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (Chuck Riechers) (2005-05-21)|
|register allocation email@example.com (David Lindauer) (2005-11-12)|
|register allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (1989-11-22)|
|Re: register allocation email@example.com.EDU (1989-11-24)|
|Register Allocation napi@rangkom.MY (1990-02-17)|
|Re: Register Allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-02-15)|
|Re: Register Allocation email@example.com (1990-02-26)|
|Re: Register Allocation Moss@cs.umass.edu (1990-02-25)|
|Re: Register Allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-02-27)|
|Register Allocation email@example.com (1993-03-31)|
|Register Allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-08-31)|
|[2 later articles]|
|From:||napi@rangkom.MY (Mohd Hanafiah b. Abdullah)|
|Date:||17 Feb 90 03:05:35 GMT|
How does one perform register allocation on scalar variables that may
be pointed to by others?
I am curious because, a pointer assumes that the variable it points to
resides in memory, but in actuality the variable resides in a register.
I am sure there is a solution to this problem and has been asked before
in the newsgroup, but could you please e-mail the answer to me anyway?
Mohd Hanafiah Abdullah.
[I am unaware of any general solution to this problem, but perhaps a
reader has some suggestion. This is compilers' first message from Malaysia,
and I welcome our readers there. -John]
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