1: /*
   2:  * Program: ulsh.s
   3:  * Copyright 1993, GTE Government Systems
   4:  * Author:  Steven M. Schultz
   5:  *
   6:  *  Version	Date		Modification
   7:  *	0.0	02Feb91		1. Initial inspiration struck.
   8:  *	1.0	05Jun93		2. Released into the Public Domain.
   9: */
  10: 
  11: #include "DEFS.h"
  12: 
  13: /*
  14:  * All routines have both a C interface and an assembly interface.  Normally
  15:  * the two are the same.  In the case of 'ulsh' the compiler has placed one
  16:  * of the operands in r0 and r1 so the assembly interface differs from the
  17:  * C interface.
  18: */
  19: 
  20: /*
  21:  * u_long ulsh(lhs, count)
  22:  *	u_long	lhs;
  23:  *	short	count;
  24:  *
  25:  * 32-bit "<<" and ">>" routines.  Calls to ulsh are generated
  26:  * automatically by the C compiler.
  27:  */
  28: 
  29: ASENTRY(ulsh)
  30:         tst     2(sp)           / shift count is on stack, long is in r0+r1
  31:         bpl     1f
  32:         ror     r0
  33:         ror     r1
  34:         inc     2(sp)
  35: 1:
  36:         ashc    2(sp),r0
  37:         rts     pc
  38: 
  39: ENTRY(ulsh)
  40:         mov     2(sp),r0
  41:         mov     4(sp),r1
  42:         tst     6(sp)           / positive count?
  43:         bpl     1f              / yes - br
  44:         ror     r0              / do the first shift
  45:         ror     r1              /    the hard way
  46:         inc     6(sp)           / bump count towards zero
  47: 1:
  48:         ashc    6(sp),r0        / do the rest of the shifting
  49:         rts     pc
  50: 
  51: /*
  52:  * u_long ualsh(lhs, count)
  53:  *	u_long	*lhs;
  54:  *	short	count;
  55:  *
  56:  * 32-bit "<<=" and ">>=" routines.  Calls to ualsh are generated
  57:  * automatically by the C compiler.
  58:  */
  59:         .globl  ualsh
  60: ualsh:
  61: ENTRY(ualsh)
  62:         mov     r2,-(sp)        / save a register
  63:         mov     4(sp),r2        / *lhs
  64:         mov     (r2)+,r0
  65:         mov     (r2)+,r1
  66:         tst     6(sp)           / positive count?
  67:         bpl     1f              / yes - br
  68:         ror     r0              / do the first shift
  69:         ror     r1              /    the hard way
  70:         inc     6(sp)           / bump count towards zero
  71: 1:
  72:         ashc    6(sp),r0        / do the rest of the shifting
  73:         mov     r1,-(r2)
  74:         mov     r0,-(r2)
  75:         mov     (sp)+,r2
  76:         rts     pc

Defined functions

_ualsh defined in line 61; never used
_ulsh defined in line 39; never used
ualsh declared in line 59; defined in line 60; used 1 times
  • in line 59
ulsh defined in line 29; never used
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