The compilers (C, C++, PL/1, maybe COBOL, too) don't produce correct ASSEMBLER
syntax, but instead they provide as much information as possible, using a
somehow extended syntax which is not formally correct ASSEMBLER. In this case,
you have a symbolic name (#MX_TEMP1) AND you have the offset and base reg, which
is the resolution of the symbolic name. r13 = D 152 = 0x098
This may be a little confusing to "real" ASSEMBLER programmers ...
Am 30.06.2013 18:04, schrieb P.G.:
> Looking, for the first time, at the pseudo assembly listing
> produced by the C/C++ compiler, I see such as:
> 0000FA 4110 D098 000014 | LA r1,#MX_TEMP1(,r13,152)
> What are the three operands inside the parentheses?
> Or did I just pay insufficient attention to the "pseudo" part?
> -- gil