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Old 02-28-2006, 05:52 AM   #1
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gcc/Assembly code

Hello guys!!! Yesterday I wrote the following instruction:

gcc -mips1 -mrnames -S test.c

in order to get the file test.s which has the Assembly code of the original file. However, I noticed something strange:

The file was containing pseudo instructions(except from the real ) such as li and move. Is there a parameter which prints only instructions from the ISA MIPS architecture in the file?


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