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Re: poke function ....

>>same model, an m68k routine could look like:
>>/* pokeb(char *base_addr, int offset, char data) */
>>	.global pokeb
>>	move.l	4(%sp),%a0	/* get base_addr */
>>	add.l	8(%sp),%a0	/* add offset */
>>	move.b	15(%sp),(%a0)	/* move data byte */
>>	rts
>only if sizeof(int) == sizeof(long),
>if sizeof(int) == sizeof(short), then
>it would be
>	move.l	4(%sp),%a0
>	add.w	8(%sp),%a0
>	move.b	11(%sp),(%a0)
>	rts

True.  We always run m68k GCC with the default mode of long ints.
But porting from 80x86 might want short ints.  Another good reason
to stick with C.