1: /*
   2:  * Copyright (c) 1982 Regents of the University of California.
   3:  * All rights reserved.  The Berkeley software License Agreement
   4:  * specifies the terms and conditions for redistribution.
   5:  *
   6:  *	@(#)as.h	5.3 (Berkeley) 7/6/85
   7:  */
   8: 
   9: #define reg register
  10: 
  11: #include <sys/types.h>
  12: #include <a.out.h>
  13: #include <stab.h>
  14: 
  15: #define readonly
  16: #define NINST       300
  17: 
  18: #define NEXP        20  /* max number of expr. terms per instruction */
  19: #define NARG        6   /* max number of args per instruction */
  20: #define NHASH       1103    /* hash table is dynamically extended */
  21: #define TNAMESIZE   256 /* maximum length of temporary file names */
  22: #define NLOC        4   /* number of location ctrs */
  23: /*
  24:  *	Sizes for character buffers.
  25:  *	what			size #define name	comments
  26:  *
  27:  *	name assembly		NCPName
  28:  *	name save		STRPOOLDALLOP
  29:  *
  30:  *	-name saving is a simple first fit
  31:  */
  32: #ifndef STRPOOLDALLOP
  33: #	define STRPOOLDALLOP  8192
  34: #endif not STRPOOLDALLOP
  35: 
  36: #define NCPName NCPS
  37: #ifndef NCPS
  38: #	undef NCPName
  39: #	define    NCPName 4096
  40: #endif not NCPS
  41: /*
  42:  *	Check sizes, and compiler error if sizes botch
  43:  */
  44: #if STRPOOLDALLOP < NCPName
  45:     $$$botch with definition sizes
  46: #endif test botches
  47: /*
  48:  * Symbol types
  49:  */
  50: #define XUNDEF  0x0
  51: #define XABS    0x2
  52: #define XTEXT   0x4
  53: #define XDATA   0x6
  54: #define XBSS    0x8
  55: 
  56: #define XXTRN   0x1
  57: #define XTYPE   0x1E
  58: 
  59: #define XFORW   0x20    /* Was forward-referenced when undefined */
  60: 
  61: #define ERR (-1)
  62: #define NBWD    32  /* Bits per word */
  63: 
  64: #define AMASK   017
  65: 
  66: /*
  67:  * Actual argument syntax types
  68:  */
  69: #define AREG    1   /* %r */
  70: #define ABASE   2   /* (%r) */
  71: #define ADECR   3   /* -(%r) */
  72: #define AINCR   4   /* (%r)+ */
  73: #define ADISP   5   /* expr(%r) */
  74: #define AEXP    6   /* expr */
  75: #define AIMM    7   /* $ expr */
  76: #define ASTAR   8   /* * */
  77: #define AINDX   16  /* [%r] */
  78: /*
  79:  *	Definitions for the things found in ``instrs''
  80:  */
  81: #define INSTTAB 1
  82: #include "instrs.h"
  83: 
  84: /*
  85:  *	Tells outrel what it is relocating
  86:  *	RELOC_PCREL is an implicit argument to outrel; it is or'ed in
  87:  *	with a TYPX
  88:  */
  89: #define RELOC_PCREL (1<<TYPLG)
  90: /*
  91:  *	reference types for loader
  92:  */
  93: #define PCREL   1
  94: #define LEN1    2
  95: #define LEN2    4
  96: #define LEN4    6
  97: #define LEN8    8
  98: #define LEN16   10
  99: 
 100: extern  int reflen[];   /* {LEN*+PCREL} ==> number of bytes */
 101: extern  int lgreflen[]; /* {LEN*+PCREL} ==> lg number of bytes */
 102: extern  int len124[];   /* {1,2,4,8,16} ==> {LEN1, LEN2, LEN4, LEN8} */
 103: extern  char    mod124[];   /* {1,2,4,8,16} ==> {bits to construct operands */
 104: extern  int type_124[]; /* {1,2,4,8,16} ==> {TYPB,TYPW,TYPL,TYPQ,TYPO} */
 105: extern  int ty_NORELOC[];   /* {TYPB..TYPH} ==> {1 if relocation not OK */
 106: extern  int ty_float[]; /* {TYPB..TYPH} ==> {1 if floating number */
 107: extern  int ty_LEN[];   /* {TYPB..TYPH} ==> {LEN1..LEN16} */
 108: extern  int ty_nbyte[]; /* {TYPB..TYPH} ==> {1,2,4,8,16} */
 109: extern  int ty_nlg[];   /* {TYPB..TYPH} ==> lg{1,2,4,8,16} */
 110: extern  char    *ty_string[];   /* {TYPB..TYPH} ==> printable */
 111: 
 112: #define TMPC    7
 113: #define HW  0x1
 114: #define FW  0x3
 115: #define DW  0x7
 116: #define OW  0xF
 117: 
 118: #define round(x,y)  (((x)+(y)) & ~(y))
 119: 
 120: #define STABTYPS    0340
 121: #define STABFLAG    0200
 122: 
 123: /*
 124:  *	Follows are the definitions for the symbol table tags, which are
 125:  *	all unsigned characters..
 126:  *	High value tags are generated by the asembler for internal
 127:  *	use.
 128:  *	Low valued tags are the parser coded tokens the scanner returns.
 129:  *	There are several pertinant bounds in this ordering:
 130:  *		a)	Symbols greater than JXQUESTIONABLE
 131:  *			are used by the jxxx bumper, indicating that
 132:  *			the symbol table entry is a jxxx entry
 133:  *			that has yet to be bumped.
 134:  *		b)	Symbols greater than IGNOREBOUND are not
 135:  *			bequeathed to the loader; they are truly
 136:  *			for assembler internal use only.
 137:  *		c)	Symbols greater than OKTOBUMP represent
 138:  *			indices into the program text that should
 139:  *			be changed in preceeding jumps or aligns
 140:  *			must get turned into their long form.
 141:  */
 142: 
 143: #define TAGMASK     0xFF
 144: 
 145: #	define    JXACTIVE    0xFF    /*jxxx size unknown*/
 146: #	define    JXNOTYET    0xFE    /*jxxx size known, but not yet expanded*/
 147: #	define    JXALIGN     0xFD    /*align jxxx entry*/
 148: #	define    JXINACTIVE  0xFC    /*jxxx size known and expanded*/
 149: 
 150: #define JXQUESTIONABLE      0xFB
 151: 
 152: #	define    JXTUNNEL    0xFA    /*jxxx that jumps to another*/
 153: #	define    OBSOLETE    0xF9    /*erroneously entered symbol*/
 154: 
 155: #define IGNOREBOUND 0xF8        /*symbols greater than this are ignored*/
 156: #	define    STABFLOATING    0xF7
 157: #	define    LABELID     0xF6
 158: 
 159: #define OKTOBUMP    0xF5
 160: #	define    STABFIXED   0xF4
 161: 
 162: /*
 163:  *	astoks.h contains reserved word codings the parser should
 164:  *	know about
 165:  */
 166: #include "astoks.h"
 167: 
 168: /*
 169:  *	The structure for one symbol table entry.
 170:  *	Symbol table entries are used for both user defined symbols,
 171:  *	and symbol slots generated to create the jxxx jump from
 172:  *	slots.
 173:  *	Caution: the instructions are stored in a shorter version
 174:  *	of the struct symtab, using all fields in sym_nm and
 175:  *	tag.  The fields used in sym_nm are carefully redeclared
 176:  *	in struct Instab and struct instab (see below).
 177:  *	If struct nlist gets changed, then Instab and instab may
 178:  *	have to be changed.
 179:  */
 180: 
 181: struct symtab{
 182:         struct  nlist   s_nm;
 183:         u_char  s_tag;      /* assembler tag */
 184:         u_char  s_ptype;    /* if tag == NAME */
 185:         u_char  s_jxoveralign;  /* if a JXXX, jumped over align */
 186:         short   s_index;    /* which segment */
 187:         struct  symtab *s_dest; /* if JXXX, where going to */
 188: #ifdef DEBUG
 189:         short   s_jxline;   /* source line of the jump from */
 190: #endif
 191: };
 192: /*
 193:  *	Redefinitions of the fields in symtab for
 194:  *	use when the symbol table entry marks a jxxx instruction.
 195:  */
 196: #define s_jxbump    s_ptype     /* tag == JX..., how far to expand */
 197: #define s_jxfear    s_desc      /* how far needs to be bumped */
 198: /*
 199:  *	Redefinitions of fields in the struct nlist for symbols so that
 200:  *	one saves typing, and so that they conform
 201:  *	with the old naming conventions.
 202:  */
 203: #define s_name  s_nm.n_un.n_name
 204: #define i_name  s_name
 205: #define FETCHNAME(sp)   (((struct strdesc *)(sp)->s_name)->sd_string)
 206: #define STRLEN(sp)  (((struct strdesc *)(sp)->s_name)->sd_strlen)
 207: #define STROFF(sp)  (((struct strdesc *)(sp)->s_name)->sd_stroff)
 208: #define STRPLACE(sp)    (((struct strdesc *)(sp)->s_name)->sd_place)
 209: #define s_nmx   s_nm.n_un.n_strx    /* string table index */
 210: #define s_type  s_nm.n_type     /* type of the symbol */
 211: #define s_other s_nm.n_other        /* other information for sdb */
 212: #define s_desc  s_nm.n_desc     /* type descriptor */
 213: #define s_value s_nm.n_value        /* value of the symbol, or sdb delta */
 214: 
 215: struct  instab{
 216:     struct  nlist   s_nm;       /* instruction name, type (opcode) */
 217:     u_char  s_tag;
 218:     u_char  s_eopcode;
 219:     char    s_pad[2];       /* round to 20 bytes */
 220: };
 221: typedef struct  instab  *Iptr;
 222: /*
 223:  *	The fields nm.n_desc and nm.n_value total 6 bytes; this is
 224:  *	just enough for the 6 bytes describing the argument types.
 225:  *	We use a macro to define access to these 6 bytes, assuming that
 226:  *	they are allocated adjacently.
 227:  *	IF THE FORMAT OF STRUCT nlist CHANGES, THESE MAY HAVE TO BE CHANGED.
 228:  *
 229:  *	Instab is cleverly declared to look very much like the combination of
 230:  *	a struct symtab and a struct nlist.
 231:  */
 232: /*
 233:  *	With the 1981 VAX architecture reference manual,
 234:  *	DEC defined and named two byte opcodes.
 235:  *	In addition, DEC defined four new one byte instructions for
 236:  *	queue manipulation.
 237:  *	The assembler was patched in 1982 to reflect this change.
 238:  *
 239:  *	The two byte opcodes are preceded with an escape byte
 240:  *	(usually an ESCD) and an opcode byte.
 241:  *	For one byte opcodes, the opcode is called the primary opcode.
 242:  *	For two byte opcodes, the second opcode is called the primary opcode.
 243:  *
 244:  *	We store the primary opcode in I_popcode,
 245:  *	and the escape opcode in I_eopcode.
 246:  *
 247:  *	For one byte opcodes in the basic arhitecture,
 248:  *		I_eopcode is CORE
 249:  *	For one byte opcodes in the new architecture definition,
 250:  *		I_eopcode is NEW
 251:  *	For the two byte opcodes, I_eopcode is the escape byte.
 252:  *
 253:  *	The assembler checks if a NEW or two byte opcode is used,
 254:  *	and issues a warning diagnostic.
 255:  */
 256: /*
 257:  *	For upward compatability reasons, we can't have the two opcodes
 258:  *	forming an operator specifier byte(s) be physically adjacent
 259:  *	in the instruction table.
 260:  *	We define a structure and a constructor that is used in
 261:  *	the instruction generator.
 262:  */
 263: struct Opcode{
 264:     u_char  Op_eopcode;
 265:     u_char  Op_popcode;
 266: };
 267: 
 268: #define BADPOINT    0xAAAAAAAA
 269: /*
 270:  *	See if a structured opcode is bad
 271:  */
 272: #define ITABCHECK(o)    ((itab[o.Op_eopcode] != (Iptr*)BADPOINT) && (itab[o.Op_eopcode][o.Op_popcode] != (Iptr)BADPOINT))
 273: /*
 274:  *	Index the itab by a structured opcode
 275:  */
 276: #define ITABFETCH(o)    itab[o.Op_eopcode][o.Op_popcode]
 277: 
 278: struct  Instab{
 279:     char    *I_name;
 280:     u_char  I_popcode;      /* basic op code */
 281:     char    I_nargs;
 282:     char    I_args[6];
 283:     u_char  I_s_tag;
 284:     u_char  I_eopcode;
 285:     char    I_pad[2];       /* round to 20 bytes */
 286: };
 287: /*
 288:  *	Redefinitions of fields in the struct nlist for instructions so that
 289:  *	one saves typing, and conforms to the old naming conventions
 290:  */
 291: #define i_popcode   s_nm.n_type /* use the same field as symtab.type */
 292: #define i_eopcode   s_eopcode
 293: #define i_nargs     s_nm.n_other    /* number of arguments */
 294: #define fetcharg(ptr, n) ((struct Instab *)ptr)->I_args[n]
 295: 
 296: struct  arg {               /*one argument to an instruction*/
 297:     char    a_atype;
 298:     char    a_areg1;
 299:     char    a_areg2;
 300:     char    a_dispsize;     /*usually d124, unless have B^, etc*/
 301:     struct  exp *a_xp;
 302: };
 303: /*
 304:  *	Definitions for numbers and expressions.
 305:  */
 306: #include "asnumber.h"
 307: struct  exp {
 308:     Bignum  e_number;   /* 128 bits of #, plus tag */
 309:     char    e_xtype;
 310:     char    e_xloc;
 311:     struct  symtab      *e_xname;
 312: };
 313: #define e_xvalue    e_number.num_num.numIl_int.Il_long
 314: 
 315: #define     MINLIT      0
 316: #define     MAXLIT      63
 317: 
 318: #define     MINBYTE     -128
 319: #define     MAXBYTE     127
 320: #define     MINUBYTE    0
 321: #define     MAXUBYTE    255
 322: 
 323: #define     MINWORD     -32768
 324: #define     MAXWORD     32767
 325: #define     MINUWORD    0
 326: #define     MAXUWORD    65535
 327: 
 328: #define     ISLIT(x)    (((x) >= MINLIT) && ((x) <= MAXLIT))
 329: #define     ISBYTE(x)   (((x) >= MINBYTE) && ((x) <= MAXBYTE))
 330: #define     ISUBYTE(x)  (((x) >= MINUBYTE) && ((x) <= MAXUBYTE))
 331: #define     ISWORD(x)   (((x) >= MINWORD) && ((x) <= MAXWORD))
 332: #define     ISUWORD(x)  (((x) >= MINUWORD) && ((x) <= MAXUWORD))
 333: /*
 334:  *	Definitions for strings.
 335:  *
 336:  *	Strings are stored in the string pool; see strsave(str, length)
 337:  *	Strings are known by their length and values.
 338:  *	A string pointer points to the beginning of the value bytes;
 339:  *
 340:  *	If this structure is changed, change insts also.
 341:  */
 342: struct  strdesc{
 343:     int sd_stroff;  /* offset into string file */
 344:     short   sd_place;   /* where string is */
 345:     u_short sd_strlen;  /* string length */
 346:     char    sd_string[1];   /* the string itself, flexible length */
 347: };
 348: /*
 349:  *	Where a string can be.  If these are changed, also change instrs.
 350:  */
 351: #define STR_FILE    0x1
 352: #define STR_CORE    0x2
 353: #define STR_BOTH    0x3
 354: 
 355: struct strdesc *savestr();
 356: 
 357: /*
 358:  *	Global variables
 359:  */
 360:     extern  struct  arg arglist[NARG];  /*building operands in instructions*/
 361:     extern  struct  exp explist[NEXP];  /*building up a list of expressions*/
 362:     extern  struct  exp *xp;        /*current free expression*/
 363:     /*
 364: 	 *	Communication between the scanner and the jxxx handlers.
 365: 	 *	lastnam:	the last name seen on the input
 366: 	 *	lastjxxx:	pointer to the last symbol table entry for
 367: 	 *			a jump from
 368: 	 */
 369:     extern  struct  symtab  *lastnam;
 370:     extern  struct  symtab  *lastjxxx;
 371:     /*
 372: 	 *	Lgensym is used to make up funny names for local labels.
 373: 	 *	lgensym[i] is the current funny number to put after
 374: 	 *	references to if, lgensym[i]-1 is for ib.
 375: 	 *	genref[i] is set when the label is referenced before
 376: 	 *	it is defined (i.e. 2f) so that we can be sure these
 377: 	 *	labels are always defined to avoid weird diagnostics
 378: 	 *	from the loader later.
 379: 	 */
 380:     extern  int lgensym[10];
 381:     extern  char    genref[10];
 382: 
 383:     extern  struct  exp *dotp;      /* the current dot location */
 384:     extern  int loctr;
 385: 
 386:     extern  struct  exec    hdr;        /* a.out header */
 387:     extern  u_long  tsize;          /* total text size */
 388:     extern  u_long  dsize;          /* total data size */
 389:     extern  u_long  trsize;         /* total text relocation size */
 390:     extern  u_long  drsize;         /* total data relocation size */
 391:     extern  u_long  datbase;        /* base of the data segment */
 392:     /*
 393: 	 *	Bitoff and bitfield keep track of the packing into
 394: 	 *	bytes mandated by the expression syntax <expr> ':' <expr>
 395: 	 */
 396:     extern  int bitoff;
 397:     extern  long    bitfield;
 398: 
 399:     /*
 400: 	 *	The lexical analyzer builds up symbols in yytext.  Lookup
 401: 	 *	expects its argument in this buffer
 402: 	 */
 403:     extern  char    yytext[NCPName+2];  /* text buffer for lexical */
 404:     /*
 405: 	 *	Variables to manage the input assembler source file
 406: 	 */
 407:     extern  int lineno;         /*the line number*/
 408:     extern  char    *dotsname;      /*the name of the as source*/
 409: 
 410:     extern  FILE    *tokfile;       /* temp token communication*/
 411:     extern  FILE    *strfile;       /* temp string file*/
 412:     extern  char    tokfilename[TNAMESIZE]; /* token file name */
 413:     extern  char    strfilename[TNAMESIZE]; /* string file name */
 414:     extern  int strfilepos;     /* position in string file */
 415: 
 416:     extern  int passno;         /* 1 or 2 */
 417: 
 418:     extern  int anyerrs;        /*errors as'ing arguments*/
 419:     extern  int anywarnings;        /*warnings as'ing arguments*/
 420:     extern  int silent;         /*don't mention the errors*/
 421:     extern  int savelabels;     /*save labels in a.out*/
 422:     extern  int orgwarn;        /* questionable origin ? */
 423:     extern  int useVM;          /*use virtual memory temp file*/
 424:     extern  int jxxxJUMP;       /*use jmp instead of brw for jxxx */
 425:     extern  int readonlydata;       /*initialized data into text space*/
 426:     extern  int nGHnumbers;     /* GH numbers used */
 427:     extern  int nGHopcodes;     /* GH opcodes used */
 428:     extern  int nnewopcodes;        /* new opcodes used */
 429: #ifdef DEBUG
 430:     extern  int debug;
 431:     extern  int toktrace;
 432: #endif
 433:     /*
 434: 	 *	Information about the instructions
 435: 	 */
 436:     extern  struct  instab  **itab[NINST];  /*maps opcodes to instructions*/
 437:     extern  readonly struct Instab instab[];
 438: 
 439:     extern  int curlen;         /*current literal storage size*/
 440:     extern  int d124;           /*current pointer storage size*/
 441:     extern  int maxalign;       /*maximum .align allowed*/
 442: 
 443:     struct  symtab  **lookup();     /*argument in yytext*/
 444:     struct  symtab  *symalloc();
 445: 
 446:     char    *Calloc();
 447:     char    *ClearCalloc();
 448: 
 449: #define outb(val) {dotp->e_xvalue++; if (passno==2) bputc((val), (txtfil));}
 450: 
 451: #define outs(cp, lg) dotp->e_xvalue += (lg); if (passno == 2) bwrite((cp), (lg), (txtfil))
 452: 
 453: #define Outb(o) outb(o)
 454: /*
 455:  *	Most of the time, the argument to flushfield is a power of two constant,
 456:  *	the calculations involving it can be optimized to shifts.
 457:  */
 458: #define flushfield(n) if (bitoff != 0)  Flushfield( ( (bitoff+n-1) /n ) * n)
 459: 
 460: /*
 461:  * The biobuf structure and associated routines are used to write
 462:  * into one file at several places concurrently.  Calling bopen
 463:  * with a biobuf structure sets it up to write ``biofd'' starting
 464:  * at the specified offset.  You can then use ``bwrite'' and/or ``bputc''
 465:  * to stuff characters in the stream, much like ``fwrite'' and ``fputc''.
 466:  * Calling bflush drains all the buffers and MUST be done before exit.
 467:  */
 468: struct  biobuf {
 469:     short   b_nleft;        /* Number free spaces left in b_buf */
 470: /* Initialize to be less than BUFSIZ initially, to boundary align in file */
 471:     char    *b_ptr;         /* Next place to stuff characters */
 472:     char    *b_buf;         /* Pointer to the buffer */
 473:     off_t   b_off;          /* Current file offset */
 474:     struct  biobuf *b_link;     /* Link in chain for bflush() */
 475: };
 476: #define bputc(c,b) ((b)->b_nleft ? (--(b)->b_nleft, *(b)->b_ptr++ = (c)) \
 477:                : bflushc(b, c))
 478: #define BFILE   struct biobuf
 479: 
 480:     extern  BFILE   *biobufs;   /* head of the block I/O buffer chain */
 481:     extern  int biofd;      /* file descriptor for block I/O file */
 482:     extern  int biobufsize; /* optimal block size for I/O */
 483:     extern  off_t   boffset;    /* physical position in logical file */
 484: 
 485:     /*
 486: 	 *	For each of the named .text .data segments
 487: 	 *	(introduced by .text <expr>), we maintain
 488: 	 *	the current value of the dot, and the BFILE where
 489: 	 *	the information for each of the segments is placed
 490: 	 *	during the second pass.
 491: 	 */
 492:     extern  struct  exp usedot[NLOC + NLOC];
 493:     extern      BFILE   *usefile[NLOC + NLOC];
 494:     extern      BFILE   *txtfil;/* file for text and data: into usefile */
 495:     /*
 496: 	 *	Relocation information for each segment is accumulated
 497: 	 *	seperately from the others.  Writing the relocation
 498: 	 *	information is logically viewed as writing to one
 499: 	 *	relocation saving file for  each segment; physically
 500: 	 *	we have a bunch of buffers allocated internally that
 501: 	 *	contain the relocation information.
 502: 	 */
 503:     struct  relbufdesc  *rusefile[NLOC + NLOC];
 504:     struct  relbufdesc  *relfil;

Defined variables

relfil defined in line 504; used 16 times
rusefile defined in line 503; used 5 times

Defined struct's

Instab defined in line 278; used 4 times
Opcode defined in line 263; used 14 times
arg defined in line 296; used 18 times
biobuf defined in line 468; used 12 times
exp defined in line 307; used 83 times
instab defined in line 215; used 12 times
strdesc defined in line 342; used 34 times
symtab defined in line 181; used 148 times

Defined typedef's

Iptr defined in line 221; used 10 times

Defined macros

ABASE defined in line 70; used 2 times
ADECR defined in line 71; used 1 times
ADISP defined in line 73; used 2 times
AEXP defined in line 74; used 2 times
AIMM defined in line 75; used 2 times
AINCR defined in line 72; used 1 times
AINDX defined in line 77; used 6 times
AMASK defined in line 64; used 1 times
AREG defined in line 69; used 1 times
ASTAR defined in line 76; used 9 times
BADPOINT defined in line 268; used 5 times
BFILE defined in line 478; used 19 times
DW defined in line 115; never used
ERR defined in line 61; used 58 times
FW defined in line 114; used 4 times
HW defined in line 113; never used
IGNOREBOUND defined in line 155; used 6 times
INSTTAB defined in line 81; never used
ISBYTE defined in line 329; used 4 times
ISLIT defined in line 328; used 1 times
ISUBYTE defined in line 330; used 1 times
ISUWORD defined in line 332; used 1 times
ISWORD defined in line 331; used 4 times
ITABCHECK defined in line 272; used 2 times
ITABFETCH defined in line 276; used 11 times
JXACTIVE defined in line 145; used 3 times
JXALIGN defined in line 147; used 5 times
JXINACTIVE defined in line 148; used 7 times
JXNOTYET defined in line 146; used 4 times
JXQUESTIONABLE defined in line 150; used 2 times
JXTUNNEL defined in line 152; used 2 times
LABELID defined in line 157; used 2 times
LEN1 defined in line 94; used 2 times
LEN16 defined in line 98; used 3 times
LEN2 defined in line 95; used 2 times
LEN4 defined in line 96; used 3 times
LEN8 defined in line 97; used 4 times
MAXBYTE defined in line 319; used 3 times
MAXLIT defined in line 316; used 1 times
MAXUBYTE defined in line 321; used 1 times
MAXUWORD defined in line 326; used 1 times
MAXWORD defined in line 324; used 1 times
MINBYTE defined in line 318; used 4 times
MINLIT defined in line 315; used 1 times
MINUBYTE defined in line 320; used 1 times
MINUWORD defined in line 325; used 1 times
MINWORD defined in line 323; used 1 times
NARG defined in line 19; used 2 times
NBWD defined in line 62; used 13 times
NCPName defined in line 39; used 5 times
NEXP defined in line 18; used 4 times
NHASH defined in line 20; used 6 times
NINST defined in line 16; used 3 times
NLOC defined in line 22; used 40 times
OBSOLETE defined in line 153; used 1 times
OKTOBUMP defined in line 159; used 1 times
OW defined in line 116; never used
Outb defined in line 453; used 5 times
PCREL defined in line 93; never used
RELOC_PCREL defined in line 89; used 3 times
STABFIXED defined in line 160; used 2 times
STABFLAG defined in line 121; used 4 times
STABFLOATING defined in line 156; used 4 times
STABTYPS defined in line 120; used 2 times
STRLEN defined in line 206; used 4 times
STROFF defined in line 207; used 1 times
STRPLACE defined in line 208; used 3 times
STRPOOLDALLOP defined in line 33; used 3 times
STR_BOTH defined in line 353; used 3 times
STR_FILE defined in line 351; used 3 times
TAGMASK defined in line 143; never used
TMPC defined in line 112; never used
TNAMESIZE defined in line 21; used 4 times
XBSS defined in line 54; used 5 times
XDATA defined in line 53; used 6 times
XTEXT defined in line 52; used 6 times
XTYPE defined in line 57; used 31 times
XUNDEF defined in line 50; used 44 times
XXTRN defined in line 56; used 14 times
bputc defined in line 476; used 2 times
e_xvalue defined in line 313; used 135 times
fetcharg defined in line 294; used 5 times
flushfield defined in line 458; used 9 times
i_eopcode defined in line 292; used 5 times
i_name defined in line 204; used 1 times
i_nargs defined in line 293; used 3 times
i_popcode defined in line 291; used 3 times
outb defined in line 449; used 3 times
outs defined in line 451; used 4 times
readonly defined in line 15; used 9 times
reg defined in line 9; used 102 times
round defined in line 118; used 3 times
s_desc defined in line 212; used 5 times
s_jxbump defined in line 196; used 6 times
s_jxfear defined in line 197; used 16 times
s_name defined in line 203; used 15 times
s_nmx defined in line 209; used 2 times
s_other defined in line 211; used 4 times
s_type defined in line 210; used 37 times
s_value defined in line 213; used 40 times

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