/* This file contains the definitions and documentation for the
   Register Transfer Expressions (rtx's) that make up the
   Register Transfer Language (rtl) used in the Back End of the GNU compiler.
   Copyright (C) 1987-1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GNU CC.

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it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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GNU CC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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along with GNU CC; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
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/* Expression definitions and descriptions for all targets are in this file.
   Some will not be used for some targets.

   The fields in the cpp macro call "DEF_RTL_EXPR()"
   are used to create declarations in the C source of the compiler.

   The fields are:

   1.  The internal name of the rtx used in the C source.
   It is a tag in the enumeration "enum rtx_code" defined in "rtl.h".
   By convention these are in UPPER_CASE.

   2.  The name of the rtx in the external ASCII format read by
   read_rtx(), and printed by print_rtx().
   These names are stored in rtx_name[].
   By convention these are the internal (field 1) names in lower_case.

   3.  The print format, and type of each rtx->fld[] (field) in this rtx.
   These formats are stored in rtx_format[].
   The meaning of the formats is documented in front of this array in rtl.c
   4.  The class of the rtx.  These are stored in rtx_class and are accessed
   via the GET_RTX_CLASS macro.  They are defined as follows:

     "o" an rtx code that can be used to represent an object (e.g, REG, MEM)
     "<" an rtx code for a comparison (e.g, EQ, NE, LT)
     "1" an rtx code for a unary arithmetic expression (e.g, NEG, NOT)
     "c" an rtx code for a commutative binary operation (e.g,, PLUS, MULT)
     "3" an rtx code for a non-bitfield three input operation (IF_THEN_ELSE)
     "2" an rtx code for a non-commutative binary operation (e.g., MINUS, DIV)
     "b" an rtx code for a bit-field operation (ZERO_EXTRACT, SIGN_EXTRACT)
     "i" an rtx code for a machine insn (INSN, JUMP_INSN, CALL_INSN)
     "m" an rtx code for something that matches in insns (e.g, MATCH_DUP)
     "x" everything else

/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   Expressions (and "meta" expressions) used for structuring the
   rtl representation of a program.
   --------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* an expression code name unknown to the reader */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UNKNOWN, "UnKnown", "*", 'x')

/* (NIL) is used by rtl reader and printer to represent a null pointer.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(NIL, "nil", "*", 'x')

/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   Expressions used in constructing lists.
   --------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* a linked list of expressions */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(EXPR_LIST, "expr_list", "ee", 'x')

/* a linked list of instructions.
   The insns are represented in print by their uids.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(INSN_LIST, "insn_list", "ue", 'x')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Expression types for machine descriptions.
   These do not appear in actual rtl code in the compiler.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means use the function named by the second arg (the string)
   as a predicate; if matched, store the structure that was matched
   in the operand table at index specified by the first arg (the integer).
   If the second arg is the null string, the structure is just stored.

   A third string argument indicates to the register allocator restrictions
   on where the operand can be allocated.

   If the target needs no restriction on any instruction this field should
   be the null string.

   The string is prepended by:
   '=' to indicate the operand is only written to.
   '+' to indicate the operand is both read and written to.

   Each character in the string represents an allocatable class for an operand.
   'g' indicates the operand can be any valid class.
   'i' indicates the operand can be immediate (in the instruction) data.
   'r' indicates the operand can be in a register.
   'm' indicates the operand can be in memory.
   'o' a subset of the 'm' class.  Those memory addressing modes that
       can be offset at compile time (have a constant added to them).

   Other characters indicate target dependent operand classes and
   are described in each target's machine description.

   For instructions with more than one operand, sets of classes can be
   separated by a comma to indicate the appropriate multi-operand constraints.
   There must be a 1 to 1 correspondence between these sets of classes in
   all operands for an instruction.
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_OPERAND, "match_operand", "iss", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means match a SCRATCH or a register.  When used to generate rtl, a
   SCRATCH is generated.  As for MATCH_OPERAND, the mode specifies
   the desired mode and the first argument is the operand number.
   The second argument is the constraint.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_SCRATCH, "match_scratch", "is", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means match only something equal to what is stored in the operand table
   at the index specified by the argument.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_DUP, "match_dup", "i", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means apply a predicate, AND match recursively the operands of the rtx.
   Operand 0 is the operand-number, as in match_operand.
   Operand 1 is a predicate to apply (as a string, a function name).
   Operand 2 is a vector of expressions, each of which must match
   one subexpression of the rtx this construct is matching.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_OPERATOR, "match_operator", "isE", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means to match a PARALLEL of arbitrary length.  The predicate is applied
   to the PARALLEL and the initial expressions in the PARALLEL are matched.
   Operand 0 is the operand-number, as in match_operand.
   Operand 1 is a predicate to apply to the PARALLEL.
   Operand 2 is a vector of expressions, each of which must match the 
   corresponding element in the PARALLEL.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_PARALLEL, "match_parallel", "isE", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means match only something equal to what is stored in the operand table
   at the index specified by the argument.  For MATCH_OPERATOR.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_OP_DUP, "match_op_dup", "iE", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Means match only something equal to what is stored in the operand table
   at the index specified by the argument.  For MATCH_PARALLEL.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MATCH_PAR_DUP, "match_par_dup", "iE", 'm')

/* Appears only in machine descriptions.
   Defines the pattern for one kind of instruction.
   0: names this instruction.
      If the name is the null string, the instruction is in the
      machine description just to be recognized, and will never be emitted by
      the tree to rtl expander.
   1: is the pattern.
   2: is a string which is a C expression
      giving an additional condition for recognizing this pattern.
      A null string means no extra condition.
   3: is the action to execute if this pattern is matched.
      If this assembler code template starts with a * then it is a fragment of
      C code to run to decide on a template to use.  Otherwise, it is the
      template to use.
   4: optionally, a vector of attributes for this insn.
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_INSN, "define_insn", "sEssV", 'x')

/* Definition of a peephole optimization.
   1st operand: vector of insn patterns to match
   2nd operand: C expression that must be true
   3rd operand: template or C code to produce assembler output.
   4: optionally, a vector of attributes for this insn.
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_PEEPHOLE, "define_peephole", "EssV", 'x')

/* Definition of a split operation.
   1st operand: insn pattern to match
   2nd operand: C expression that must be true
   3rd operand: vector of insn patterns to place into a SEQUENCE
   4th operand: optionally, some C code to execute before generating the
	insns.  This might, for example, create some RTX's and store them in
	elements of `recog_operand' for use by the vector of insn-patterns.
	(`operands' is an alias here for `recog_operand').   */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_SPLIT, "define_split", "EsES", 'x')

/* Definition of a combiner pattern.
   Operands not defined yet.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_COMBINE, "define_combine", "Ess", 'x')

/* Define how to generate multiple insns for a standard insn name.
   1st operand: the insn name.
   2nd operand: vector of insn-patterns.
	Use match_operand to substitute an element of `recog_operand'.
   3rd operand: C expression that must be true for this to be available.
	This may not test any operands.
   4th operand: Extra C code to execute before generating the insns.
	This might, for example, create some RTX's and store them in
	elements of `recog_operand' for use by the vector of insn-patterns.
	(`operands' is an alias here for `recog_operand').  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_EXPAND, "define_expand", "sEss", 'x')
/* Define a requirement for delay slots.
   1st operand: Condition involving insn attributes that, if true,
	        indicates that the insn requires the number of delay slots
   2nd operand: Vector whose length is the three times the number of delay
		slots required.
	        Each entry gives three conditions, each involving attributes.
		The first must be true for an insn to occupy that delay slot
		location.  The second is true for all insns that can be
		annulled if the branch is true and the third is true for all
		insns that can be annulled if the branch is false. 

   Multiple DEFINE_DELAYs may be present.  They indicate differing
   requirements for delay slots.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_DELAY, "define_delay", "eE", 'x')

/* Define a set of insns that requires a function unit.  This means that
   these insns produce their result after a delay and that there may be
   restrictions on the number of insns of this type that can be scheduled

   More than one DEFINE_FUNCTION_UNIT can be specified for a function unit.
   Each gives a set of operations and associated delays.  The first three
   operands must be the same for each operation for the same function unit.

   All delays are specified in cycles.

   1st operand: Name of function unit (mostly for documentation)
   2nd operand: Number of identical function units in CPU
   3rd operand: Total number of simultaneous insns that can execute on this
		function unit; 0 if unlimited.
   4th operand: Condition involving insn attribute, that, if true, specifies
		those insns that this expression applies to.
   5th operand: Constant delay after which insn result will be
   6th operand: Delay until next insn can be scheduled on the function unit
		executing this operation.  The meaning depends on whether or
		not the next operand is supplied.
   7th operand: If this operand is not specified, the 6th operand gives the
		number of cycles after the instruction matching the 4th
		operand begins using the function unit until a subsequent
		insn can begin.  A value of zero should be used for a
		unit with no issue constraints.  If only one operation can
		be executed a time and the unit is busy for the entire time,
		the 3rd operand should be specified as 1, the 6th operand
		sould be specified as 0, and the 7th operand should not
		be specified.

		If this operand is specified, it is a list of attribute
		expressions.  If an insn for which any of these expressions
		is true is currently executing on the function unit, the
		issue delay will be given by the 6th operand.  Otherwise,
		the insn can be immediately scheduled (subject to the limit
		on the number of simultaneous operations executing on the
		unit.)  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_FUNCTION_UNIT, "define_function_unit", "siieiiV", 'x')

/* Define attribute computation for `asm' instructions.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_ASM_ATTRIBUTES, "define_asm_attributes", "V", 'x' )

/* SEQUENCE appears in the result of a `gen_...' function
   for a DEFINE_EXPAND that wants to make several insns.
   Its elements are the bodies of the insns that should be made.
   `emit_insn' takes the SEQUENCE apart and makes separate insns.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SEQUENCE, "sequence", "E", 'x')

/* Refers to the address of its argument.
   This appears only in machine descriptions, indicating that
   any expression that would be acceptable as the operand of MEM
   should be matched.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ADDRESS, "address", "e", 'm')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Expressions used for insn attributes.  These also do not appear in
   actual rtl code in the compiler.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* Definition of an insn attribute.
   1st operand: name of the attribute
   2nd operand: comma-separated list of possible attribute values
   3rd operand: expression for the default value of the attribute. */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DEFINE_ATTR, "define_attr", "sse", 'x')

/* Marker for the name of an attribute. */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ATTR, "attr", "s", 'x')

/* For use in the last (optional) operand of DEFINE_INSN or DEFINE_PEEPHOLE and
   in DEFINE_ASM_INSN to specify an attribute to assign to insns matching that

   (set_attr "name" "value") is equivalent to
   (set (attr "name") (const_string "value"))  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SET_ATTR, "set_attr", "ss", 'x')

/* In the last operand of DEFINE_INSN and DEFINE_PEEPHOLE, this can be used to
   specify that attribute values are to be assigned according to the
   alternative matched.

   The following three expressions are equivalent:

   (set (attr "att") (cond [(eq_attrq "alternative" "1") (const_string "a1")
			    (eq_attrq "alternative" "2") (const_string "a2")]
			   (const_string "a3")))
   (set_attr_alternative "att" [(const_string "a1") (const_string "a2")
				 (const_string "a3")])
   (set_attr "att" "a1,a2,a3")
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SET_ATTR_ALTERNATIVE, "set_attr_alternative", "sE", 'x')

/* A conditional expression true if the value of the specified attribute of
   the current insn equals the specified value.  The first operand is the
   attribute name and the second is the comparison value.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(EQ_ATTR, "eq_attr", "ss", 'x')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Expression types used for things in the instruction chain.

   All formats must start with "iuu" to handle the chain.
   Each insn expression holds an rtl instruction and its semantics
   during back-end processing.
   See macros's in "rtl.h" for the meaning of each rtx->fld[].

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* An instruction that cannot jump.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(INSN, "insn", "iuueiee", 'i')

/* An instruction that can possibly jump.
   Fields ( rtx->fld[] ) have exact same meaning as INSN's.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(JUMP_INSN, "jump_insn", "iuueiee0", 'i')

/* An instruction that can possibly call a subroutine
   but which will not change which instruction comes next
   in the current function.
   Fields ( rtx->fld[] ) have exact same meaning as INSN's.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CALL_INSN, "call_insn", "iuueiee", 'i')

/* A marker that indicates that control will not flow through.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(BARRIER, "barrier", "iuu", 'x')

/* Holds a label that is followed by instructions.
   3: is a number that is unique in the entire compilation.
   4: is the user-given name of the label, if any.
   5: is used in jump.c for the use-count of the label.
   and in flow.c to point to the chain of label_ref's to this label.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CODE_LABEL, "code_label", "iuuis0", 'x')
/* Say where in the code a source line starts, for symbol table's sake.
   Contains a filename and a line number.  Line numbers <= 0 are special:
   0 is used in a dummy placed at the front of every function
      just so there will never be a need to delete the first insn;
   -1 indicates a dummy; insns to be deleted by flow analysis and combining
      are really changed to NOTEs with a number of -1.
   -2 means beginning of a name binding contour; output N_LBRAC.
   -3 means end of a contour; output N_RBRAC.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(NOTE, "note", "iuusn", 'x')

/* INLINE_HEADER is use by inline function machinery.  The information
   it contains helps to build the mapping function between the rtx's of
   the function to be inlined and the current function being expanded.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(INLINE_HEADER, "inline_header", "iuuuiiiiiieiiEe", 'x')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Top level constituents of INSN, JUMP_INSN and CALL_INSN.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/* Several operations to be done in parallel.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(PARALLEL, "parallel", "E", 'x')

/* A string that is passed through to the assembler as input.
     One can obviously pass comments through by using the
     assembler comment syntax.
     These occur in an insn all by themselves as the PATTERN.
     They also appear inside an ASM_OPERANDS
     as a convenient way to hold a string.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ASM_INPUT, "asm_input", "s", 'x')

/* An assembler instruction with operands.
   1st operand is the instruction template.
   2nd operand is the constraint for the output.
   3rd operand is the number of the output this expression refers to.
     When an insn stores more than one value, a separate ASM_OPERANDS
     is made for each output; this integer distinguishes them.
   4th is a vector of values of input operands.
   5th is a vector of modes and constraints for the input operands.
     Each element is an ASM_INPUT containing a constraint string
     and whose mode indicates the mode of the input operand.
   6th is the name of the containing source file.
   7th is the source line number.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ASM_OPERANDS, "asm_operands", "ssiEEsi", 'x')

/* A machine-specific operation.
   1st operand is a vector of operands being used by the operation so that
     any needed reloads can be done.
   2nd operand is a unique value saying which of a number of machine-specific
     operations is to be performed.
   (Note that the vector must be the first operand because of the way that
   genrecog.c record positions within an insn.)
   This can occur all by itself in a PATTERN, as a component of a PARALLEL,
   or inside an expression.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UNSPEC, "unspec", "Ei", 'x')

/* Similar, but a volatile operation and one which may trap.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UNSPEC_VOLATILE, "unspec_volatile", "Ei", 'x')

/* Vector of addresses, stored as full words.  */
/* Each element is a LABEL_REF to a CODE_LABEL whose address we want.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ADDR_VEC, "addr_vec", "E", 'x')

/* Vector of address differences X0 - BASE, X1 - BASE, ...
   First operand is BASE; the vector contains the X's.
   The machine mode of this rtx says how much space to leave
   for each difference.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ADDR_DIFF_VEC, "addr_diff_vec", "eE", 'x')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   At the top level of an instruction (perhaps under PARALLEL).
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* Assignment.
   Operand 1 is the location (REG, MEM, PC, CC0 or whatever) assigned to.
   Operand 2 is the value stored there.
   ALL assignment must use SET.
   Instructions that do multiple assignments must use multiple SET,
   under PARALLEL.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SET, "set", "ee", 'x')

/* Indicate something is used in a way that we don't want to explain.
   For example, subroutine calls will use the register
   in which the static chain is passed.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(USE, "use", "e", 'x')

/* Indicate something is clobbered in a way that we don't want to explain.
   For example, subroutine calls will clobber some physical registers
   (the ones that are by convention not saved).  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CLOBBER, "clobber", "e", 'x')

/* Call a subroutine.
   Operand 1 is the address to call.
   Operand 2 is the number of arguments.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(CALL, "call", "ee", 'x')

/* Return from a subroutine.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(RETURN, "return", "", 'x')

/* Conditional trap.
   Operand 1 is the condition.
   Operand 2 is the trap code.
   For an unconditional trap, make the condition (const_int 1).  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(TRAP_IF, "trap_if", "ei", 'x')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Primitive values for use in expressions.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* numeric integer constant */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CONST_INT, "const_int", "w", 'o')

/* numeric double constant.
   Operand 0 is the MEM that stores this constant in memory,
   or various other things (see comments at immed_double_const in varasm.c).
   Operand 1 is a chain of all CONST_DOUBLEs in use in the current function.
   Remaining operands hold the actual value.
   The number of operands may be more than 2 if cross-compiling;
   see init_rtl.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CONST_DOUBLE, "const_double", "e0ww", 'o')

/* String constant.  Used only for attributes right now.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CONST_STRING, "const_string", "s", 'o')

/* This is used to encapsulate an expression whose value is constant
   (such as the sum of a SYMBOL_REF and a CONST_INT) so that it will be
   recognized as a constant operand rather than by arithmetic instructions.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(CONST, "const", "e", 'o')

/* program counter.  Ordinary jumps are represented
   by a SET whose first operand is (PC).  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(PC, "pc", "", 'o')

/* A register.  The "operand" is the register number, accessed
   with the REGNO macro.  If this number is less than FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER
   than a hardware register is being referred to.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(REG, "reg", "i", 'o')

/* A scratch register.  This represents a register used only within a
   single insn.  It will be turned into a REG during register allocation
   or reload unless the constraint indicates that the register won't be
   needed, in which case it can remain a SCRATCH.  This code is
   marked as having one operand so it can be turned into a REG.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SCRATCH, "scratch", "0", 'o')

/* One word of a multi-word value.
   The first operand is the complete value; the second says which word.
   The WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN flag controls whether word number 0
   (as numbered in a SUBREG) is the most or least significant word.

   This is also used to refer to a value in a different machine mode.
   For example, it can be used to refer to a SImode value as if it were
   Qimode, or vice versa.  Then the word number is always 0.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SUBREG, "subreg", "ei", 'x')

/* This one-argument rtx is used for move instructions
   that are guaranteed to alter only the low part of a destination.
   Thus, (SET (SUBREG:HI (REG...)) (MEM:HI ...))
   has an unspecified effect on the high part of REG,
   but (SET (STRICT_LOW_PART (SUBREG:HI (REG...))) (MEM:HI ...))
   is guaranteed to alter only the bits of REG that are in HImode.

   The actual instruction used is probably the same in both cases,
   but the register constraints may be tighter when STRICT_LOW_PART
   is in use.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(STRICT_LOW_PART, "strict_low_part", "e", 'x')

/* A memory location; operand is the address.
   Can be nested inside a VOLATILE.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MEM, "mem", "e", 'o')

/* Reference to an assembler label in the code for this function.
   The operand is a CODE_LABEL found in the insn chain.
   The unprinted fields 1 and 2 are used in flow.c for the
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LABEL_REF, "label_ref", "u00", 'o')

/* Reference to a named label: the string that is the first operand,
   with `_' added implicitly in front.
   Exception: if the first character explicitly given is `*',
   to give it to the assembler, remove the `*' and do not add `_'.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SYMBOL_REF, "symbol_ref", "s", 'o')

/* The condition code register is represented, in our imagination,
   as a register holding a value that can be compared to zero.
   In fact, the machine has already compared them and recorded the
   results; but instructions that look at the condition code
   pretend to be looking at the entire value and comparing it.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(CC0, "cc0", "", 'o')

/* =====================================================================
   A QUEUED expression really points to a member of the queue of instructions
   to be output later for postincrement/postdecrement.
   QUEUED expressions never become part of instructions.
   When a QUEUED expression would be put into an instruction,
   instead either the incremented variable or a copy of its previous
   value is used.
   Operands are:
   0. the variable to be incremented (a REG rtx).
   1. the incrementing instruction, or 0 if it hasn't been output yet.
   2. A REG rtx for a copy of the old value of the variable, or 0 if none yet.
   3. the body to use for the incrementing instruction
   4. the next QUEUED expression in the queue.
   ====================================================================== */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(QUEUED, "queued", "eeeee", 'x')

/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------
   Expressions for operators in an rtl pattern
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------- */

/* if_then_else.  This is used in representing ordinary
   conditional jump instructions.
     0:  condition
     1:  then expr
     2:  else expr */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(IF_THEN_ELSE, "if_then_else", "eee", '3')

/* General conditional. The first operand is a vector composed of pairs of
   expressions.  The first element of each pair is evaluated, in turn.
   The value of the conditional is the second expression of the first pair
   whose first expression evaluates non-zero.  If none of the expressions is
   true, the second operand will be used as the value of the conditional.

   This should be replaced with use of IF_THEN_ELSE.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(COND, "cond", "Ee", 'x')

/* Comparison, produces a condition code result.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(COMPARE, "compare", "ee", '2')

/* plus */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(PLUS, "plus", "ee", 'c')

/* Operand 0 minus operand 1.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MINUS, "minus", "ee", '2')

/* Minus operand 0.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(NEG, "neg", "e", '1')

DEF_RTL_EXPR(MULT, "mult", "ee", 'c')

/* Operand 0 divided by operand 1.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(DIV, "div", "ee", '2')
/* Remainder of operand 0 divided by operand 1.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(MOD, "mod", "ee", '2')

/* Unsigned divide and remainder.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UDIV, "udiv", "ee", '2')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UMOD, "umod", "ee", '2')

/* Bitwise operations.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(AND, "and", "ee", 'c')

DEF_RTL_EXPR(IOR, "ior", "ee", 'c')

DEF_RTL_EXPR(XOR, "xor", "ee", 'c')

DEF_RTL_EXPR(NOT, "not", "e", '1')

/* Operand:
     0:  value to be shifted.
     1:  number of bits.
   ASHIFT and LSHIFT are distinguished because on some machines
   these allow a negative operand and shift right in that case.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LSHIFT, "lshift", "ee", '2')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ASHIFT, "ashift", "ee", '2')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ROTATE, "rotate", "ee", '2')

/* Right shift operations, for machines where these are not the same
   as left shifting with a negative argument.  */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(ASHIFTRT, "ashiftrt", "ee", '2')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LSHIFTRT, "lshiftrt", "ee", '2')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ROTATERT, "rotatert", "ee", '2')

/* Minimum and maximum values of two operands.  We need both signed and
   unsigned forms.  (We cannot use MIN for SMIN because it conflicts
   with a macro of the same name.) */

DEF_RTL_EXPR(SMIN, "smin", "ee", 'c')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SMAX, "smax", "ee", 'c')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UMIN, "umin", "ee", 'c')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UMAX, "umax", "ee", 'c')

/* These unary operations are used to represent incrementation
   and decrementation as they occur in memory addresses.
   The amount of increment or decrement are not represented
   because they can be understood from the machine-mode of the
   containing MEM.  These operations exist in only two cases:
   1. pushes onto the stack.
   2. created automatically by the life_analysis pass in flow.c.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(PRE_DEC, "pre_dec", "e", 'x')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(PRE_INC, "pre_inc", "e", 'x')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(POST_DEC, "post_dec", "e", 'x')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(POST_INC, "post_inc", "e", 'x')

/* Comparison operations.  The ordered comparisons exist in two
   flavors, signed and unsigned.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(NE, "ne", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(EQ, "eq", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(GE, "ge", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(GT, "gt", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LE, "le", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LT, "lt", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(GEU, "geu", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(GTU, "gtu", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LEU, "leu", "ee", '<')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LTU, "ltu", "ee", '<')

/* Represents the result of sign-extending the sole operand.
   The machine modes of the operand and of the SIGN_EXTEND expression
   determine how much sign-extension is going on.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SIGN_EXTEND, "sign_extend", "e", '1')

/* Similar for zero-extension (such as unsigned short to int).  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ZERO_EXTEND, "zero_extend", "e", '1')

/* Similar but here the operand has a wider mode.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(TRUNCATE, "truncate", "e", '1')

/* Similar for extending floating-point values (such as SFmode to DFmode).  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(FLOAT_EXTEND, "float_extend", "e", '1')
DEF_RTL_EXPR(FLOAT_TRUNCATE, "float_truncate", "e", '1')

/* Conversion of fixed point operand to floating point value.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(FLOAT, "float", "e", '1')

/* With fixed-point machine mode:
   Conversion of floating point operand to fixed point value.
   Value is defined only when the operand's value is an integer.
   With floating-point machine mode (and operand with same mode):
   Operand is rounded toward zero to produce an integer value
   represented in floating point.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(FIX, "fix", "e", '1')

/* Conversion of unsigned fixed point operand to floating point value.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UNSIGNED_FLOAT, "unsigned_float", "e", '1')

/* With fixed-point machine mode:
   Conversion of floating point operand to *unsigned* fixed point value.
   Value is defined only when the operand's value is an integer.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(UNSIGNED_FIX, "unsigned_fix", "e", '1')

/* Absolute value */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ABS, "abs", "e", '1')

/* Square root */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SQRT, "sqrt", "e", '1')

/* Find first bit that is set.
   Value is 1 + number of trailing zeros in the arg.,
   or 0 if arg is 0.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(FFS, "ffs", "e", '1')

/* Reference to a signed bit-field of specified size and position.
   Operand 0 is the memory unit (usually SImode or QImode) which
   contains the field's first bit.  Operand 1 is the width, in bits.
   Operand 2 is the number of bits in the memory unit before the
   first bit of this field.
   If BITS_BIG_ENDIAN is defined, the first bit is the msb and
   operand 2 counts from the msb of the memory unit.
   Otherwise, the first bit is the lsb and operand 2 counts from
   the lsb of the memory unit.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(SIGN_EXTRACT, "sign_extract", "eee", 'b')

/* Similar for unsigned bit-field.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(ZERO_EXTRACT, "zero_extract", "eee", 'b')

/* For RISC machines.  These save memory when splitting insns.  */

/* HIGH are the high-order bits of a constant expression.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(HIGH, "high", "e", 'o')

/* LO_SUM is the sum of a register and the low-order bits
   of a constant expression.  */
DEF_RTL_EXPR(LO_SUM, "lo_sum", "ee", 'o')

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