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Re: [vox-tech] another gcc question



On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 10:03:22AM -0800, ME wrote:
<snip>
> $ gcc gcc -funroll-all-loops -S sample.c
> 
> When I inspect the above, I see loops included.
> -12(%ebp) (3 32-bit offset from %ebp) is set to 5 and -4(%ebp) is incl
> until it is cmpl to be no longer less than -12(%ebp).
> 
> Labels even show loops when you watch it. I count about 3 when I quickly
> scan it.
> 
> This would lead me to believe the generated asm, code is not unrolled if I
> understand the expectation of the unrolling process. (I would guess
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