Take off "link" and "unlk" of function
Tue Oct 31 01:18:00 GMT 2000
Thank you for everyone who answer me and problem had solved.
I also did little research, and want to share it.
1.GCC will take off the 'link' and 'unlk' if only the function has
no local variable.
2.GCC will not take off the 'link' and 'unlk' if the function has
call another function with parameter even the funtion with
3.GCC will not only take off the 'link' and 'unlk' but use
'subq #, %sp' and 'addq #, %sp' instead in a function
uses parameter do something even coded in purly assembly.
If my concept is wrong, correct me please.
Sorry for my bad english.
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