1/* This file contains the definitions and documentation for the
2 tree codes used in GCC.
3 Copyright (C) 1987-2022 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
5This file is part of GCC.
7GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
8the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
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13WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
14FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
15for more details.
17You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
18along with GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see
19<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
22/* For tcc_references, tcc_expression, tcc_comparison, tcc_unary,
23 tcc_binary, and tcc_statement nodes, which use struct tree_exp, the
24 4th element is the number of argument slots to allocate. This
25 determines the size of the tree node object. Other nodes use
26 different structures, and the size is determined by the tree_union
27 member structure; the 4th element should be zero. Languages that
28 define language-specific tcc_exceptional or tcc_constant codes must
29 define the tree_size langhook to say how big they are.
31 These tree codes have been sorted so that the macros in tree.h that
32 check for various tree codes are optimized into range checks. This
33 gives a measurable performance improvement. When adding a new
34 code, consider its placement in relation to the other codes. */
36/* Any erroneous construct is parsed into a node of this type.
37 This type of node is accepted without complaint in all contexts
38 by later parsing activities, to avoid multiple error messages
39 for one error.
40 No fields in these nodes are used except the TREE_CODE. */
41DEFTREECODE (ERROR_MARK, "error_mark", tcc_exceptional, 0)
43/* Used to represent a name (such as, in the DECL_NAME of a decl node).
44 Internally it looks like a STRING_CST node.
45 There is only one IDENTIFIER_NODE ever made for any particular name.
46 Use `get_identifier' to get it (or create it, the first time). */
47DEFTREECODE (IDENTIFIER_NODE, "identifier_node", tcc_exceptional, 0)
49/* Has the TREE_VALUE and TREE_PURPOSE fields. */
50/* These nodes are made into lists by chaining through the
51 TREE_CHAIN field. The elements of the list live in the
52 TREE_VALUE fields, while TREE_PURPOSE fields are occasionally
53 used as well to get the effect of Lisp association lists. */
54DEFTREECODE (TREE_LIST, "tree_list", tcc_exceptional, 0)
56/* These nodes contain an array of tree nodes. */
57DEFTREECODE (TREE_VEC, "tree_vec", tcc_exceptional, 0)
59/* A symbol binding block. These are arranged in a tree,
60 where the BLOCK_SUBBLOCKS field contains a chain of subblocks
61 chained through the BLOCK_CHAIN field.
62 BLOCK_SUPERCONTEXT points to the parent block.
63 For a block which represents the outermost scope of a function, it
64 points to the FUNCTION_DECL node.
65 BLOCK_VARS points to a chain of decl nodes.
66 BLOCK_CHAIN points to the next BLOCK at the same level.
67 BLOCK_ABSTRACT_ORIGIN points to the original (abstract) tree node which
68 this block is an instance of, or else is NULL to indicate that this
69 block is not an instance of anything else. When non-NULL, the value
70 could either point to another BLOCK node or it could point to a
71 FUNCTION_DECL node (e.g. in the case of a block representing the
72 outermost scope of a particular inlining of a function).
73 TREE_ASM_WRITTEN is nonzero if the block was actually referenced
74 in the generated assembly. */
75DEFTREECODE (BLOCK, "block", tcc_exceptional, 0)
77/* Each data type is represented by a tree node whose code is one of
78 the following: */
79/* Each node that represents a data type has a component TYPE_SIZE
80 that evaluates either to a tree that is a (potentially non-constant)
81 expression representing the type size in bits, or to a null pointer
82 when the size of the type is unknown (for example, for incomplete
83 types such as arrays of unspecified bound).
84 The TYPE_MODE contains the machine mode for values of this type.
85 The TYPE_POINTER_TO field contains a type for a pointer to this type,
86 or zero if no such has been created yet.
87 The TYPE_NEXT_VARIANT field is used to chain together types
88 that are variants made by type modifiers such as "const" and "volatile".
89 The TYPE_MAIN_VARIANT field, in any member of such a chain,
90 points to the start of the chain.
91 The TYPE_NAME field contains info on the name used in the program
92 for this type (for GDB symbol table output). It is either a
93 TYPE_DECL node, for types that are typedefs, or an IDENTIFIER_NODE
94 in the case of structs, unions or enums that are known with a tag,
95 or zero for types that have no special name.
96 The TYPE_CONTEXT for any sort of type which could have a name or
97 which could have named members (e.g. tagged types in C/C++) will
98 point to the node which represents the scope of the given type, or
99 will be NULL_TREE if the type has "file scope". For most types, this
100 will point to a BLOCK node or a FUNCTION_DECL node, but it could also
101 point to a FUNCTION_TYPE node (for types whose scope is limited to the
102 formal parameter list of some function type specification) or it
103 could point to a RECORD_TYPE, UNION_TYPE or QUAL_UNION_TYPE node
104 (for C++ "member" types).
105 For non-tagged-types, TYPE_CONTEXT need not be set to anything in
106 particular, since any type which is of some type category (e.g.
107 an array type or a function type) which cannot either have a name
108 itself or have named members doesn't really have a "scope" per se.
109 The TYPE_STUB_DECL field is used as a forward-references to names for
111 see below. */
113/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the checking
114 macros in tree.h. Changing the order will degrade the speed of the
118/* An offset is a pointer relative to an object.
119 The TREE_TYPE field is the type of the object at the offset.
120 The TYPE_OFFSET_BASETYPE points to the node for the type of object
121 that the offset is relative to. */
122DEFTREECODE (OFFSET_TYPE, "offset_type", tcc_type, 0)
124/* C enums. The type node looks just like an INTEGER_TYPE node.
125 The symbols for the values of the enum type are defined by
126 CONST_DECL nodes, but the type does not point to them;
127 however, the TYPE_VALUES is a list in which each element's TREE_PURPOSE
128 is a name and the TREE_VALUE is the value (an INTEGER_CST node). */
129/* A forward reference `enum foo' when no enum named foo is defined yet
130 has zero (a null pointer) in its TYPE_SIZE. The tag name is in
131 the TYPE_NAME field. If the type is later defined, the normal
132 fields are filled in.
133 RECORD_TYPE, UNION_TYPE, and QUAL_UNION_TYPE forward refs are
134 treated similarly. */
135DEFTREECODE (ENUMERAL_TYPE, "enumeral_type", tcc_type, 0)
137/* Boolean type (true or false are the only values). Looks like an
139DEFTREECODE (BOOLEAN_TYPE, "boolean_type", tcc_type, 0)
141/* Integer types in all languages, including char in C.
142 Also used for sub-ranges of other discrete types.
143 Has components TYPE_MIN_VALUE, TYPE_MAX_VALUE (expressions, inclusive)
144 and TYPE_PRECISION (number of bits used by this type). */
145DEFTREECODE (INTEGER_TYPE, "integer_type", tcc_type, 0)
147/* C's float and double. Different floating types are distinguished
148 by machine mode and by the TYPE_SIZE and the TYPE_PRECISION. */
149DEFTREECODE (REAL_TYPE, "real_type", tcc_type, 0)
151/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the checking
152 macros in tree.h. Changing the order will degrade the speed of the
153 compiler. POINTER_TYPE, REFERENCE_TYPE. Note that this range
154 overlaps the previous range of ordered types. */
156/* All pointer-to-x types have code POINTER_TYPE.
157 The TREE_TYPE points to the node for the type pointed to. */
158DEFTREECODE (POINTER_TYPE, "pointer_type", tcc_type, 0)
160/* A reference is like a pointer except that it is coerced
161 automatically to the value it points to. Used in C++. */
162DEFTREECODE (REFERENCE_TYPE, "reference_type", tcc_type, 0)
164/* The C++ decltype(nullptr) type. */
165DEFTREECODE (NULLPTR_TYPE, "nullptr_type", tcc_type, 0)
167/* _Fract and _Accum types in Embedded-C. Different fixed-point types
168 are distinguished by machine mode and by the TYPE_SIZE and the
170DEFTREECODE (FIXED_POINT_TYPE, "fixed_point_type", tcc_type, 0)
172/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the checking
173 macros in tree.h. Changing the order will degrade the speed of the
176/* Complex number types. The TREE_TYPE field is the data type
177 of the real and imaginary parts. It must be of scalar
178 arithmetic type, not including pointer type. */
179DEFTREECODE (COMPLEX_TYPE, "complex_type", tcc_type, 0)
181/* Vector types. The TREE_TYPE field is the data type of the vector
182 elements. The TYPE_PRECISION field is the number of subparts of
183 the vector. */
184DEFTREECODE (VECTOR_TYPE, "vector_type", tcc_type, 0)
186/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the checking
187 macros in tree.h. Changing the order will degrade the speed of the
189 Note that this range overlaps the previous range. */
191/* Types of arrays. Special fields:
192 TREE_TYPE Type of an array element.
193 TYPE_DOMAIN Type to index by.
194 Its range of values specifies the array length.
195 The field TYPE_POINTER_TO (TREE_TYPE (array_type)) is always nonzero
196 and holds the type to coerce a value of that array type to in C.
197 TYPE_STRING_FLAG indicates a string (in contrast to an array of chars)
198 in languages (such as Chill) that make a distinction. */
199/* Array types in C */
200DEFTREECODE (ARRAY_TYPE, "array_type", tcc_type, 0)
202/* Struct in C. */
203/* Special fields:
204 TYPE_FIELDS chain of FIELD_DECLs for the fields of the struct,
205 VAR_DECLs, TYPE_DECLs and CONST_DECLs for record-scope variables,
206 types and enumerators and FUNCTION_DECLs for methods associated
207 with the type. */
208/* See the comment above, before ENUMERAL_TYPE, for how
209 forward references to struct tags are handled in C. */
210DEFTREECODE (RECORD_TYPE, "record_type", tcc_type, 0)
212/* Union in C. Like a struct, except that the offsets of the fields
213 will all be zero. */
214/* See the comment above, before ENUMERAL_TYPE, for how
215 forward references to union tags are handled in C. */
216DEFTREECODE (UNION_TYPE, "union_type", tcc_type, 0) /* C union type */
218/* Similar to UNION_TYPE, except that the expressions in DECL_QUALIFIER
219 in each FIELD_DECL determine what the union contains. The first
220 field whose DECL_QUALIFIER expression is true is deemed to occupy
221 the union. */
222DEFTREECODE (QUAL_UNION_TYPE, "qual_union_type", tcc_type, 0)
224/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the checking
225 macros in tree.h. Changing the order will degrade the speed of the
228/* The void type in C */
229DEFTREECODE (VOID_TYPE, "void_type", tcc_type, 0)
231/* Type of functions. Special fields:
232 TREE_TYPE type of value returned.
233 TYPE_ARG_TYPES list of types of arguments expected.
234 this list is made of TREE_LIST nodes.
235 In this list TREE_PURPOSE can be used to indicate the default
236 value of parameter (used by C++ frontend).
237 Types of "Procedures" in languages where they are different from functions
238 have code FUNCTION_TYPE also, but then TREE_TYPE is zero or void type. */
239DEFTREECODE (FUNCTION_TYPE, "function_type", tcc_type, 0)
241/* METHOD_TYPE is the type of a function which takes an extra first
242 argument for "self", which is not present in the declared argument list.
243 The TREE_TYPE is the return type of the method. The TYPE_METHOD_BASETYPE
244 is the type of "self". TYPE_ARG_TYPES is the real argument list, which
245 includes the hidden argument for "self". */
246DEFTREECODE (METHOD_TYPE, "method_type", tcc_type, 0)
248/* This is a language-specific kind of type.
249 Its meaning is defined by the language front end.
250 layout_type does not know how to lay this out,
251 so the front-end must do so manually. */
252DEFTREECODE (LANG_TYPE, "lang_type", tcc_type, 0)
254/* This is for types that will use MODE_OPAQUE in the back end. They are meant
255 to be able to go in a register of some sort but are explicitly not to be
256 converted or operated on like INTEGER_TYPE. They will have size and
257 alignment information only. */
258DEFTREECODE (OPAQUE_TYPE, "opaque_type", tcc_type, 0)
260/* Expressions */
262/* First, the constants. */
264DEFTREECODE (VOID_CST, "void_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
266/* Contents are in an array of HOST_WIDE_INTs.
268 We often access these constants both in their native precision and
269 in wider precisions (with the constant being implicitly extended
270 according to TYPE_SIGN). In each case, the useful part of the array
271 may be as wide as the precision requires but may be shorter when all
272 of the upper bits are sign bits. The length of the array when accessed
273 in the constant's native precision is given by TREE_INT_CST_NUNITS.
274 The length of the array when accessed in wider precisions is given
275 by TREE_INT_CST_EXT_NUNITS. Each element can be obtained using
278 INTEGER_CST nodes can be shared, and therefore should be considered
279 read only. They should be copied before setting a flag such as
281 it is known to be unique. INTEGER_CST nodes are created for the
282 integral types, for pointer types and for vector and float types in
283 some circumstances. */
284DEFTREECODE (INTEGER_CST, "integer_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
286/* Contents are given by POLY_INT_CST_COEFF. */
287DEFTREECODE (POLY_INT_CST, "poly_int_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
289/* Contents are in TREE_REAL_CST field. */
290DEFTREECODE (REAL_CST, "real_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
292/* Contents are in TREE_FIXED_CST field. */
293DEFTREECODE (FIXED_CST, "fixed_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
295/* Contents are in TREE_REALPART and TREE_IMAGPART fields,
296 whose contents are other constant nodes. */
297DEFTREECODE (COMPLEX_CST, "complex_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
299/* See generic.texi for details. */
300DEFTREECODE (VECTOR_CST, "vector_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
302/* Contents are TREE_STRING_LENGTH and the actual contents of the string. */
303DEFTREECODE (STRING_CST, "string_cst", tcc_constant, 0)
305/* Declarations. All references to names are represented as ..._DECL
306 nodes. The decls in one binding context are chained through the
307 TREE_CHAIN field. Each DECL has a DECL_NAME field which contains
308 an IDENTIFIER_NODE. (Some decls, most often labels, may have zero
309 as the DECL_NAME). DECL_CONTEXT points to the node representing
310 the context in which this declaration has its scope. For
311 FIELD_DECLs, this is the RECORD_TYPE, UNION_TYPE, or
312 QUAL_UNION_TYPE node that the field is a member of. For VAR_DECL,
314 points to either the FUNCTION_DECL for the containing function, the
315 RECORD_TYPE or UNION_TYPE for the containing type, or NULL_TREE or
316 a TRANSLATION_UNIT_DECL if the given decl has "file scope".
317 DECL_ABSTRACT_ORIGIN, if non-NULL, points to the original (abstract)
318 ..._DECL node of which this decl is an (inlined or template expanded)
319 instance.
320 The TREE_TYPE field holds the data type of the object, when relevant.
321 LABEL_DECLs have no data type. For TYPE_DECL, the TREE_TYPE field
322 contents are the type whose name is being declared.
324 and DECL_MODE fields exist in decl nodes just as in type nodes.
325 They are unused in LABEL_DECL, TYPE_DECL and CONST_DECL nodes.
327 DECL_FIELD_BIT_OFFSET holds an integer number of bits offset for
328 the location. DECL_VOFFSET holds an expression for a variable
329 offset; it is to be multiplied by DECL_VOFFSET_UNIT (an integer).
330 These fields are relevant only in FIELD_DECLs and PARM_DECLs.
332 DECL_INITIAL holds the value to initialize a variable to,
333 or the value of a constant. For a function, it holds the body
334 (a node of type BLOCK representing the function's binding contour
335 and whose body contains the function's statements.) For a LABEL_DECL
336 in C, it is a flag, nonzero if the label's definition has been seen.
338 PARM_DECLs use a special field:
339 DECL_ARG_TYPE is the type in which the argument is actually
340 passed, which may be different from its type within the function.
342 FUNCTION_DECLs use four special fields:
343 DECL_ARGUMENTS holds a chain of PARM_DECL nodes for the arguments.
344 DECL_RESULT holds a RESULT_DECL node for the value of a function.
345 The DECL_RTL field is 0 for a function that returns no value.
346 (C functions returning void have zero here.)
347 The TREE_TYPE field is the type in which the result is actually
348 returned. This is usually the same as the return type of the
349 FUNCTION_DECL, but it may be a wider integer type because of
350 promotion.
351 DECL_FUNCTION_CODE is a code number that is nonzero for
352 built-in functions. Its value is an enum built_in_function
353 that says which built-in function it is.
355 DECL_SOURCE_FILE holds a filename string and DECL_SOURCE_LINE
356 holds a line number. In some cases these can be the location of
357 a reference, if no definition has been seen.
359 DECL_ABSTRACT is nonzero if the decl represents an abstract instance
360 of a decl (i.e. one which is nested within an abstract instance of a
361 inline function. */
363DEFTREECODE (FUNCTION_DECL, "function_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
364DEFTREECODE (LABEL_DECL, "label_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
365/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the checking
366 macros in tree.h. Changing the order will degrade the speed of the
368 TYPE_DECL. */
369DEFTREECODE (FIELD_DECL, "field_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
370DEFTREECODE (VAR_DECL, "var_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
371DEFTREECODE (CONST_DECL, "const_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
372DEFTREECODE (PARM_DECL, "parm_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
373DEFTREECODE (TYPE_DECL, "type_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
374DEFTREECODE (RESULT_DECL, "result_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
376/* A "declaration" of a debug temporary. It should only appear in
377 DEBUG stmts. */
378DEFTREECODE (DEBUG_EXPR_DECL, "debug_expr_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
380/* A stmt that marks the beginning of a source statement. */
381DEFTREECODE (DEBUG_BEGIN_STMT, "debug_begin_stmt", tcc_statement, 0)
383/* A namespace declaration. Namespaces appear in DECL_CONTEXT of other
384 _DECLs, providing a hierarchy of names. */
385DEFTREECODE (NAMESPACE_DECL, "namespace_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
387/* A declaration import.
388 The C++ FE uses this to represent a using-directive; eg:
389 "using namespace foo".
390 But it could be used to represent any declaration import construct.
391 Whenever a declaration import appears in a lexical block, the BLOCK node
392 representing that lexical block in GIMPLE will contain an IMPORTED_DECL
393 node, linked via BLOCK_VARS accessor of the said BLOCK.
394 For a given NODE which code is IMPORTED_DECL,
395 IMPORTED_DECL_ASSOCIATED_DECL (NODE) accesses the imported declaration. */
396DEFTREECODE (IMPORTED_DECL, "imported_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
398/* A namelist declaration.
399 The Fortran FE uses this to represent a namelist statement, e.g.:
400 NAMELIST /namelist-group-name/ namelist-group-object-list.
401 Whenever a declaration import appears in a lexical block, the BLOCK node
402 representing that lexical block in GIMPLE will contain an NAMELIST_DECL
403 node, linked via BLOCK_VARS accessor of the said BLOCK.
404 For a given NODE which code is NAMELIST_DECL,
405 NAMELIST_DECL_ASSOCIATED_DECL (NODE) accesses the imported declaration. */
406DEFTREECODE (NAMELIST_DECL, "namelist_decl", tcc_declaration, 0)
408/* A translation unit. This is not technically a declaration, since it
409 can't be looked up, but it's close enough. */
410DEFTREECODE (TRANSLATION_UNIT_DECL, "translation_unit_decl",\
411 tcc_declaration, 0)
413/* References to storage. */
415/* The ordering of the following codes is optimized for the classification
416 in handled_component_p. Keep them in a consecutive group. */
418/* Value is structure or union component.
419 Operand 0 is the structure or union (an expression).
420 Operand 1 is the field (a node of type FIELD_DECL).
421 Operand 2, if present, is the value of DECL_FIELD_OFFSET, measured
422 in units of DECL_OFFSET_ALIGN / BITS_PER_UNIT. */
423DEFTREECODE (COMPONENT_REF, "component_ref", tcc_reference, 3)
425/* Reference to a group of bits within an object. Similar to COMPONENT_REF
426 except the position is given explicitly rather than via a FIELD_DECL.
427 Operand 0 is the structure or union expression;
428 operand 1 is a tree giving the constant number of bits being referenced;
429 operand 2 is a tree giving the constant position of the first referenced bit.
430 The result type width has to match the number of bits referenced.
431 If the result type is integral, its signedness specifies how it is extended
432 to its mode width. */
433DEFTREECODE (BIT_FIELD_REF, "bit_field_ref", tcc_reference, 3)
435/* Array indexing.
436 Operand 0 is the array; operand 1 is a (single) array index.
437 Operand 2, if present, is a copy of TYPE_MIN_VALUE of the index.
438 Operand 3, if present, is the element size, measured in units of
439 the alignment of the element type. */
440DEFTREECODE (ARRAY_REF, "array_ref", tcc_reference, 4)
442/* Likewise, except that the result is a range ("slice") of the array. The
443 starting index of the resulting array is taken from operand 1 and the size
444 of the range is taken from the type of the expression. */
445DEFTREECODE (ARRAY_RANGE_REF, "array_range_ref", tcc_reference, 4)
447/* Used only on an operand of complex type, these return
448 a value of the corresponding component type. */
449DEFTREECODE (REALPART_EXPR, "realpart_expr", tcc_reference, 1)
450DEFTREECODE (IMAGPART_EXPR, "imagpart_expr", tcc_reference, 1)
452/* Represents viewing something of one type as being of a second type.
453 This corresponds to an "Unchecked Conversion" in Ada and roughly to
454 the idiom *(type2 *)&X in C. The only operand is the value to be
455 viewed as being of another type. It is undefined if the type of the
456 input and of the expression have different sizes.
458 This code may also be used within the LHS of a MODIFY_EXPR, in which
459 case no actual data motion may occur. TREE_ADDRESSABLE will be set in
460 this case and GCC must abort if it could not do the operation without
461 generating insns. */
462DEFTREECODE (VIEW_CONVERT_EXPR, "view_convert_expr", tcc_reference, 1)
464/* C unary `*'. One operand, an expression for a pointer. */
465DEFTREECODE (INDIRECT_REF, "indirect_ref", tcc_reference, 1)
467/* Used to represent lookup in a virtual method table which is dependent on
468 the runtime type of an object. Operands are:
469 OBJ_TYPE_REF_EXPR: An expression that evaluates the value to use.
470 OBJ_TYPE_REF_OBJECT: Is the object on whose behalf the lookup is
471 being performed. Through this the optimizers may be able to statically
472 determine the dynamic type of the object.
473 OBJ_TYPE_REF_TOKEN: An integer index to the virtual method table.
474 The integer index should have as type the original type of
475 OBJ_TYPE_REF_OBJECT; as pointer type conversions are useless in GIMPLE,
476 the type of OBJ_TYPE_REF_OBJECT can change to an unrelated pointer
477 type during optimizations. */
478DEFTREECODE (OBJ_TYPE_REF, "obj_type_ref", tcc_expression, 3)
480/* Used to represent the brace-enclosed initializers for a structure or an
481 array. It contains a sequence of component values made out of a VEC of
482 constructor_elt.
485 The field INDEX of each constructor_elt is a FIELD_DECL.
488 The field INDEX of each constructor_elt is the corresponding index.
489 If the index is a RANGE_EXPR, it is a short-hand for many nodes,
490 one for each index in the range. (If the corresponding field VALUE
491 has side-effects, they are evaluated once for each element. Wrap the
492 value in a SAVE_EXPR if you want to evaluate side effects only once.)
494 Components that aren't present are cleared as per the C semantics,
495 unless the CONSTRUCTOR_NO_CLEARING flag is set, in which case their
496 value becomes undefined. */
497DEFTREECODE (CONSTRUCTOR, "constructor", tcc_exceptional, 0)
499/* The expression types are mostly straightforward, with the fourth argument
500 of DEFTREECODE saying how many operands there are.
501 Unless otherwise specified, the operands are expressions and the
502 types of all the operands and the expression must all be the same. */
504/* Contains two expressions to compute, one followed by the other.
505 the first value is ignored. The second one's value is used. The
506 type of the first expression need not agree with the other types. */
507DEFTREECODE (COMPOUND_EXPR, "compound_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
509/* Assignment expression. Operand 0 is the what to set; 1, the new value. */
510DEFTREECODE (MODIFY_EXPR, "modify_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
512/* Initialization expression. Operand 0 is the variable to initialize;
513 Operand 1 is the initializer. This differs from MODIFY_EXPR in that any
514 reference to the referent of operand 0 within operand 1 is undefined. */
515DEFTREECODE (INIT_EXPR, "init_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
517/* For TARGET_EXPR, operand 0 is the target of an initialization,
518 operand 1 is the initializer for the target, which may be void
519 if simply expanding it initializes the target.
520 operand 2 is the cleanup for this node, if any.
521 operand 3 is the saved initializer after this node has been
522 expanded once; this is so we can re-expand the tree later. */
523DEFTREECODE (TARGET_EXPR, "target_expr", tcc_expression, 4)
525/* Conditional expression ( ... ? ... : ... in C).
526 Operand 0 is the condition.
527 Operand 1 is the then-value.
528 Operand 2 is the else-value.
529 Operand 0 may be of any type.
530 Operand 1 must have the same type as the entire expression, unless
531 it unconditionally throws an exception, in which case it should
532 have VOID_TYPE. The same constraints apply to operand 2. The
533 condition in operand 0 must be of integral type.
535 In cfg gimple, if you do not have a selection expression, operands
536 1 and 2 are NULL. The operands are then taken from the cfg edges. */
537DEFTREECODE (COND_EXPR, "cond_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
539/* Represents a vector in which every element is equal to operand 0. */
540DEFTREECODE (VEC_DUPLICATE_EXPR, "vec_duplicate_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
542/* Vector series created from a start (base) value and a step.
546 means
548 for (i = 0; i < N; i++)
549 A[i] = B + C * i; */
550DEFTREECODE (VEC_SERIES_EXPR, "vec_series_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
552/* Vector conditional expression. It is like COND_EXPR, but with
553 vector operands.
555 A = VEC_COND_EXPR ( X < Y, B, C)
557 means
559 for (i=0; i<N; i++)
560 A[i] = X[i] < Y[i] ? B[i] : C[i];
562DEFTREECODE (VEC_COND_EXPR, "vec_cond_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
564/* Vector permutation expression. A = VEC_PERM_EXPR<v0, v1, mask> means
566 N = length(mask)
567 foreach i in N:
568 M = mask[i] % (2*N)
569 A = M < N ? v0[M] : v1[M-N]
571 V0 and V1 are vectors of the same type. MASK is an integer-typed
572 vector. The number of MASK elements must be the same with the
573 number of elements in V0 and V1. The size of the inner type
574 of the MASK and of the V0 and V1 must be the same.
576DEFTREECODE (VEC_PERM_EXPR, "vec_perm_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
578/* Declare local variables, including making RTL and allocating space.
579 BIND_EXPR_VARS is a chain of VAR_DECL nodes for the variables.
580 BIND_EXPR_BODY is the body, the expression to be computed using
581 the variables. The value of operand 1 becomes that of the BIND_EXPR.
582 BIND_EXPR_BLOCK is the BLOCK that corresponds to these bindings
583 for debugging purposes. If this BIND_EXPR is actually expanded,
584 that sets the TREE_USED flag in the BLOCK.
586 The BIND_EXPR is not responsible for informing parsers
587 about these variables. If the body is coming from the input file,
588 then the code that creates the BIND_EXPR is also responsible for
589 informing the parser of the variables.
591 If the BIND_EXPR is ever expanded, its TREE_USED flag is set.
592 This tells the code for debugging symbol tables not to ignore the BIND_EXPR.
593 If the BIND_EXPR should be output for debugging but will not be expanded,
594 set the TREE_USED flag by hand.
596 In order for the BIND_EXPR to be known at all, the code that creates it
597 must also install it as a subblock in the tree of BLOCK
598 nodes for the function. */
599DEFTREECODE (BIND_EXPR, "bind_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
601/* Function call. CALL_EXPRs are represented by variably-sized expression
602 nodes. There are at least three fixed operands. Operand 0 is an
603 INTEGER_CST node containing the total operand count, the number of
604 arguments plus 3. Operand 1 is the function or NULL, while operand 2 is
605 is static chain argument, or NULL. The remaining operands are the
606 arguments to the call. */
607DEFTREECODE (CALL_EXPR, "call_expr", tcc_vl_exp, 3)
609/* Specify a value to compute along with its corresponding cleanup.
610 Operand 0 is the cleanup expression.
611 The cleanup is executed by the first enclosing CLEANUP_POINT_EXPR,
612 which must exist. This differs from TRY_CATCH_EXPR in that operand 1
613 is always evaluated when cleanups are run. */
614DEFTREECODE (WITH_CLEANUP_EXPR, "with_cleanup_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
616/* Specify a cleanup point.
617 Operand 0 is an expression that may have cleanups. If it does, those
618 cleanups are executed after the expression is expanded.
620 Note that if the expression is a reference to storage, it is forced out
621 of memory before the cleanups are run. This is necessary to handle
622 cases where the cleanups modify the storage referenced; in the
623 expression 't.i', if 't' is a struct with an integer member 'i' and a
624 cleanup which modifies 'i', the value of the expression depends on
625 whether the cleanup is run before or after 't.i' is evaluated. When
626 expand_expr is run on 't.i', it returns a MEM. This is not good enough;
627 the value of 't.i' must be forced out of memory.
629 As a consequence, the operand of a CLEANUP_POINT_EXPR must not have
630 BLKmode, because it will not be forced out of memory. */
631DEFTREECODE (CLEANUP_POINT_EXPR, "cleanup_point_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
633/* The following code is used in languages that have types where some
634 field in an object of the type contains a value that is used in the
635 computation of another field's offset or size and/or the size of the
636 type. The positions and/or sizes of fields can vary from object to
637 object of the same type or even for one and the same object within
638 its scope.
640 Record types with discriminants in Ada are
641 examples of such types. This mechanism is also used to create "fat
642 pointers" for unconstrained array types in Ada; the fat pointer is a
643 structure one of whose fields is a pointer to the actual array type
644 and the other field is a pointer to a template, which is a structure
645 containing the bounds of the array. The bounds in the type pointed
646 to by the first field in the fat pointer refer to the values in the
647 template.
649 When you wish to construct such a type you need "self-references"
650 that allow you to reference the object having this type from the
651 TYPE node, i.e. without having a variable instantiating this type.
653 Such a "self-references" is done using a PLACEHOLDER_EXPR. This is
654 a node that will later be replaced with the object being referenced.
655 Its type is that of the object and selects which object to use from
656 a chain of references (see below). No other slots are used in the
659 For example, if your type FOO is a RECORD_TYPE with a field BAR,
660 and you need the value of <variable>.BAR to calculate TYPE_SIZE
661 (FOO), just substitute <variable> above with a PLACEHOLDER_EXPR
662 whose TREE_TYPE is FOO. Then construct your COMPONENT_REF with
663 the PLACEHOLDER_EXPR as the first operand (which has the correct
664 type). Later, when the size is needed in the program, the back-end
665 will find this PLACEHOLDER_EXPR and generate code to calculate the
666 actual size at run-time. In the following, we describe how this
667 calculation is done.
669 When we wish to evaluate a size or offset, we check whether it contains a
670 PLACEHOLDER_EXPR. If it does, we call substitute_placeholder_in_expr
671 passing both that tree and an expression within which the object may be
672 found. The latter expression is the object itself in the simple case of
673 an Ada record with discriminant, but it can be the array in the case of an
674 unconstrained array.
676 In the latter case, we need the fat pointer, because the bounds of
677 the array can only be accessed from it. However, we rely here on the
678 fact that the expression for the array contains the dereference of
679 the fat pointer that obtained the array pointer. */
681/* Denotes a record to later be substituted before evaluating this expression.
682 The type of this expression is used to find the record to replace it. */
683DEFTREECODE (PLACEHOLDER_EXPR, "placeholder_expr", tcc_exceptional, 0)
685/* Simple arithmetic. */
686DEFTREECODE (PLUS_EXPR, "plus_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
687DEFTREECODE (MINUS_EXPR, "minus_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
688DEFTREECODE (MULT_EXPR, "mult_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
690/* Pointer addition. The first operand is always a pointer and the
691 second operand is an integer of type sizetype. */
692DEFTREECODE (POINTER_PLUS_EXPR, "pointer_plus_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
694/* Pointer subtraction. The two arguments are pointers, and the result
695 is a signed integer of the same precision. Pointers are interpreted
696 as unsigned, the difference is computed as if in infinite signed
697 precision. Behavior is undefined if the difference does not fit in
698 the result type. The result does not depend on the pointer type,
699 it is not divided by the size of the pointed-to type. */
700DEFTREECODE (POINTER_DIFF_EXPR, "pointer_diff_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
702/* Highpart multiplication. For an integral type with precision B,
703 returns bits [2B-1, B] of the full 2*B product. Both operands
704 and the result should have integer types of the same precision
705 and signedness. */
706DEFTREECODE (MULT_HIGHPART_EXPR, "mult_highpart_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
708/* Division for integer result that rounds the quotient toward zero. */
709DEFTREECODE (TRUNC_DIV_EXPR, "trunc_div_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
711/* Division for integer result that rounds it toward plus infinity. */
712DEFTREECODE (CEIL_DIV_EXPR, "ceil_div_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
714/* Division for integer result that rounds it toward minus infinity. */
715DEFTREECODE (FLOOR_DIV_EXPR, "floor_div_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
717/* Division for integer result that rounds it toward nearest integer. */
718DEFTREECODE (ROUND_DIV_EXPR, "round_div_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
720/* Four kinds of remainder that go with the four kinds of division: */
722/* The sign of the remainder is that of the dividend. */
723DEFTREECODE (TRUNC_MOD_EXPR, "trunc_mod_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
725/* The sign of the remainder is the opposite of that of the divisor. */
726DEFTREECODE (CEIL_MOD_EXPR, "ceil_mod_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
728/* The sign of the remainder is that of the divisor. */
729DEFTREECODE (FLOOR_MOD_EXPR, "floor_mod_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
731/* The sign of the remainder is not predictable. */
732DEFTREECODE (ROUND_MOD_EXPR, "round_mod_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
734/* Division for real result. */
735DEFTREECODE (RDIV_EXPR, "rdiv_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
737/* Division which is not supposed to need rounding.
738 Used for pointer subtraction in C. */
739DEFTREECODE (EXACT_DIV_EXPR, "exact_div_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
741/* Conversion of real to fixed point by truncation. */
742DEFTREECODE (FIX_TRUNC_EXPR, "fix_trunc_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
744/* Conversion of an integer to a real. */
745DEFTREECODE (FLOAT_EXPR, "float_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
747/* Unary negation. */
748DEFTREECODE (NEGATE_EXPR, "negate_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
750/* Minimum and maximum values. When used with floating point, if both
751 operands are zeros, or if either operand is NaN, then it is unspecified
752 which of the two operands is returned as the result. */
753DEFTREECODE (MIN_EXPR, "min_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
754DEFTREECODE (MAX_EXPR, "max_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
756/* Represents the absolute value of the operand.
758 An ABS_EXPR must have either an INTEGER_TYPE or a REAL_TYPE. The
759 operand of the ABS_EXPR must have the same type. */
760DEFTREECODE (ABS_EXPR, "abs_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
762/* Represents the unsigned absolute value of the operand.
763 An ABSU_EXPR must have unsigned INTEGER_TYPE. The operand of the ABSU_EXPR
764 must have the corresponding signed type. */
765DEFTREECODE (ABSU_EXPR, "absu_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
767/* Shift operations for shift and rotate.
768 Shift means logical shift if done on an
769 unsigned type, arithmetic shift if done on a signed type.
770 The second operand is the number of bits to
771 shift by; it need not be the same type as the first operand and result.
772 Note that the result is undefined if the second operand is larger
773 than or equal to the first operand's type size.
775 The first operand of a shift can have either an integer or a
776 (non-integer) fixed-point type. We follow the ISO/IEC TR 18037:2004
777 semantics for the latter.
779 Rotates are defined for integer types only. */
780DEFTREECODE (LSHIFT_EXPR, "lshift_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
781DEFTREECODE (RSHIFT_EXPR, "rshift_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
782DEFTREECODE (LROTATE_EXPR, "lrotate_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
783DEFTREECODE (RROTATE_EXPR, "rrotate_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
785/* Bitwise operations. Operands have same mode as result. */
786DEFTREECODE (BIT_IOR_EXPR, "bit_ior_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
787DEFTREECODE (BIT_XOR_EXPR, "bit_xor_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
788DEFTREECODE (BIT_AND_EXPR, "bit_and_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
789DEFTREECODE (BIT_NOT_EXPR, "bit_not_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
791/* ANDIF and ORIF allow the second operand not to be computed if the
792 value of the expression is determined from the first operand. AND,
793 OR, and XOR always compute the second operand whether its value is
794 needed or not (for side effects). The operand may have
795 BOOLEAN_TYPE or INTEGER_TYPE. In either case, the argument will be
796 either zero or one. For example, a TRUTH_NOT_EXPR will never have
797 an INTEGER_TYPE VAR_DECL as its argument; instead, a NE_EXPR will be
798 used to compare the VAR_DECL to zero, thereby obtaining a node with
799 value zero or one. */
800DEFTREECODE (TRUTH_ANDIF_EXPR, "truth_andif_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
801DEFTREECODE (TRUTH_ORIF_EXPR, "truth_orif_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
802DEFTREECODE (TRUTH_AND_EXPR, "truth_and_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
803DEFTREECODE (TRUTH_OR_EXPR, "truth_or_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
804DEFTREECODE (TRUTH_XOR_EXPR, "truth_xor_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
805DEFTREECODE (TRUTH_NOT_EXPR, "truth_not_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
807/* Relational operators.
808 EQ_EXPR and NE_EXPR are allowed for any types. The others, except for
809 LTGT_EXPR, are allowed only for integral, floating-point and vector types.
810 LTGT_EXPR is allowed only for floating-point types.
811 For floating-point operators, if either operand is a NaN, then NE_EXPR
812 returns true and the remaining operators return false. The operators
813 other than EQ_EXPR and NE_EXPR may generate an exception on quiet NaNs.
814 In all cases the operands will have the same type,
815 and the value is either the type used by the language for booleans
816 or an integer vector type of the same size and with the same number
817 of elements as the comparison operands. True for a vector of
818 comparison results has all bits set while false is equal to zero. */
819DEFTREECODE (LT_EXPR, "lt_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
820DEFTREECODE (LE_EXPR, "le_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
821DEFTREECODE (GT_EXPR, "gt_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
822DEFTREECODE (GE_EXPR, "ge_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
823DEFTREECODE (LTGT_EXPR, "ltgt_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
824DEFTREECODE (EQ_EXPR, "eq_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
825DEFTREECODE (NE_EXPR, "ne_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
827/* Additional relational operators for floating-point unordered. */
828DEFTREECODE (UNORDERED_EXPR, "unordered_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
829DEFTREECODE (ORDERED_EXPR, "ordered_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
831/* These are equivalent to unordered or ... */
832DEFTREECODE (UNLT_EXPR, "unlt_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
833DEFTREECODE (UNLE_EXPR, "unle_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
834DEFTREECODE (UNGT_EXPR, "ungt_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
835DEFTREECODE (UNGE_EXPR, "unge_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
836DEFTREECODE (UNEQ_EXPR, "uneq_expr", tcc_comparison, 2)
838DEFTREECODE (RANGE_EXPR, "range_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
840/* Represents a re-association barrier for floating point expressions
841 like explicit parenthesis in fortran. */
842DEFTREECODE (PAREN_EXPR, "paren_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
844/* Represents a conversion of type of a value.
845 All conversions, including implicit ones, must be
846 represented by CONVERT_EXPR or NOP_EXPR nodes. */
847DEFTREECODE (CONVERT_EXPR, "convert_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
849/* Conversion of a pointer value to a pointer to a different
850 address space. */
851DEFTREECODE (ADDR_SPACE_CONVERT_EXPR, "addr_space_convert_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
853/* Conversion of a fixed-point value to an integer, a real, or a fixed-point
854 value. Or conversion of a fixed-point value from an integer, a real, or
855 a fixed-point value. */
856DEFTREECODE (FIXED_CONVERT_EXPR, "fixed_convert_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
858/* Represents a conversion expected to require no code to be generated. */
859DEFTREECODE (NOP_EXPR, "nop_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
861/* Value is same as argument, but guaranteed not an lvalue. */
862DEFTREECODE (NON_LVALUE_EXPR, "non_lvalue_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
864/* A COMPOUND_LITERAL_EXPR represents a literal that is placed in a DECL. The
865 COMPOUND_LITERAL_EXPR_DECL_EXPR is the a DECL_EXPR containing the decl
866 for the anonymous object represented by the COMPOUND_LITERAL;
867 the DECL_INITIAL of that decl is the CONSTRUCTOR that initializes
868 the compound literal. */
869DEFTREECODE (COMPOUND_LITERAL_EXPR, "compound_literal_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
871/* Represents something we computed once and will use multiple times.
872 First operand is that expression. After it is evaluated once, it
873 will be replaced by the temporary variable that holds the value. */
874DEFTREECODE (SAVE_EXPR, "save_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
876/* & in C. Value is the address at which the operand's value resides.
877 Operand may have any mode. Result mode is Pmode. */
878DEFTREECODE (ADDR_EXPR, "addr_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
880/* Operand0 is a function constant; result is part N of a function
881 descriptor of type ptr_mode. */
882DEFTREECODE (FDESC_EXPR, "fdesc_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
884/* Given a container value, a replacement value and a bit position within
885 the container, produce the value that results from replacing the part of
886 the container starting at the bit position with the replacement value.
887 Operand 0 is a tree for the container value of integral or vector type;
888 Operand 1 is a tree for the replacement value of another integral or
889 the vector element type;
890 Operand 2 is a tree giving the constant bit position;
891 The number of bits replaced is given by the precision of the type of the
892 replacement value if it is integral or by its size if it is non-integral.
893 ??? The reason to make the size of the replacement implicit is to avoid
894 introducing a quaternary operation.
895 The replaced bits shall be fully inside the container. If the container
896 is of vector type, then these bits shall be aligned with its elements. */
897DEFTREECODE (BIT_INSERT_EXPR, "bit_insert_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
899/* Given two real or integer operands of the same type,
900 returns a complex value of the corresponding complex type. */
901DEFTREECODE (COMPLEX_EXPR, "complex_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
903/* Complex conjugate of operand. Used only on complex types. */
904DEFTREECODE (CONJ_EXPR, "conj_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
906/* Nodes for ++ and -- in C.
907 The second arg is how much to increment or decrement by.
908 For a pointer, it would be the size of the object pointed to. */
909DEFTREECODE (PREDECREMENT_EXPR, "predecrement_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
910DEFTREECODE (PREINCREMENT_EXPR, "preincrement_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
911DEFTREECODE (POSTDECREMENT_EXPR, "postdecrement_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
912DEFTREECODE (POSTINCREMENT_EXPR, "postincrement_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
914/* Used to implement `va_arg'. */
915DEFTREECODE (VA_ARG_EXPR, "va_arg_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
917/* Evaluate operand 0. If and only if an exception is thrown during
918 the evaluation of operand 0, evaluate operand 1.
920 This differs from TRY_FINALLY_EXPR in that operand 1 is not evaluated
921 on a normal or jump exit, only on an exception. */
922DEFTREECODE (TRY_CATCH_EXPR, "try_catch_expr", tcc_statement, 2)
924/* Evaluate the first operand.
925 The second operand is a cleanup expression which is evaluated
926 on any exit (normal, exception, or jump out) from this expression. */
927DEFTREECODE (TRY_FINALLY_EXPR, "try_finally_expr", tcc_statement, 2)
929/* Evaluate either the normal or the exceptional cleanup. This must
930 only be present as the cleanup expression in a TRY_FINALLY_EXPR.
931 If the TRY_FINALLY_EXPR completes normally, the first operand of
932 EH_ELSE_EXPR is used as a cleanup, otherwise the second operand is
933 used. */
934DEFTREECODE (EH_ELSE_EXPR, "eh_else_expr", tcc_statement, 2)
936/* These types of expressions have no useful value,
937 and always have side effects. */
939/* Used to represent a local declaration. The operand is DECL_EXPR_DECL. */
940DEFTREECODE (DECL_EXPR, "decl_expr", tcc_statement, 1)
942/* A label definition, encapsulated as a statement.
943 Operand 0 is the LABEL_DECL node for the label that appears here.
944 The type should be void and the value should be ignored. */
945DEFTREECODE (LABEL_EXPR, "label_expr", tcc_statement, 1)
947/* GOTO. Operand 0 is a LABEL_DECL node or an expression.
948 The type should be void and the value should be ignored. */
949DEFTREECODE (GOTO_EXPR, "goto_expr", tcc_statement, 1)
951/* RETURN. Evaluates operand 0, then returns from the current function.
952 Presumably that operand is an assignment that stores into the
953 RESULT_DECL that hold the value to be returned.
954 The operand may be null.
955 The type should be void and the value should be ignored. */
956DEFTREECODE (RETURN_EXPR, "return_expr", tcc_statement, 1)
958/* Exit the inner most loop conditionally. Operand 0 is the condition.
959 The type should be void and the value should be ignored. */
960DEFTREECODE (EXIT_EXPR, "exit_expr", tcc_statement, 1)
962/* A loop. Operand 0 is the body of the loop.
963 It must contain an EXIT_EXPR or is an infinite loop.
964 The type should be void and the value should be ignored. */
965DEFTREECODE (LOOP_EXPR, "loop_expr", tcc_statement, 1)
967/* Switch expression.
969 TREE_TYPE is the original type of the condition, before any
970 language required type conversions. It may be NULL, in which case
971 the original type and final types are assumed to be the same.
973 Operand 0 is the expression used to perform the branch,
974 Operand 1 is the body of the switch, which probably contains
975 CASE_LABEL_EXPRs. It may also be NULL, in which case operand 2
976 must not be NULL. */
977DEFTREECODE (SWITCH_EXPR, "switch_expr", tcc_statement, 2)
979/* Used to represent a case label.
981 Operand 0 is CASE_LOW. It may be NULL_TREE, in which case the label
982 is a 'default' label.
983 Operand 1 is CASE_HIGH. If it is NULL_TREE, the label is a simple
984 (one-value) case label. If it is non-NULL_TREE, the case is a range.
985 Operand 2 is CASE_LABEL, which has the corresponding LABEL_DECL.
986 Operand 3 is CASE_CHAIN. This operand is only used in tree-cfg.cc to
987 speed up the lookup of case labels which use a particular edge in
988 the control flow graph. */
989DEFTREECODE (CASE_LABEL_EXPR, "case_label_expr", tcc_statement, 4)
991/* Used to represent an inline assembly statement. ASM_STRING returns a
992 STRING_CST for the instruction (e.g., "mov x, y"). ASM_OUTPUTS,
993 ASM_INPUTS, and ASM_CLOBBERS represent the outputs, inputs, and clobbers
994 for the statement. ASM_LABELS, if present, indicates various destinations
995 for the asm; labels cannot be combined with outputs. */
996DEFTREECODE (ASM_EXPR, "asm_expr", tcc_statement, 5)
998/* Variable references for SSA analysis. New SSA names are created every
999 time a variable is assigned a new value. The SSA builder uses SSA_NAME
1000 nodes to implement SSA versioning. */
1001DEFTREECODE (SSA_NAME, "ssa_name", tcc_exceptional, 0)
1003/* Used to represent a typed exception handler. CATCH_TYPES is the type (or
1004 list of types) handled, and CATCH_BODY is the code for the handler. */
1005DEFTREECODE (CATCH_EXPR, "catch_expr", tcc_statement, 2)
1007/* Used to represent an exception specification. EH_FILTER_TYPES is a list
1008 of allowed types, and EH_FILTER_FAILURE is an expression to evaluate on
1009 failure. */
1010DEFTREECODE (EH_FILTER_EXPR, "eh_filter_expr", tcc_statement, 2)
1012/* Node used for describing a property that is known at compile
1013 time. */
1014DEFTREECODE (SCEV_KNOWN, "scev_known", tcc_expression, 0)
1016/* Node used for describing a property that is not known at compile
1017 time. */
1018DEFTREECODE (SCEV_NOT_KNOWN, "scev_not_known", tcc_expression, 0)
1020/* Polynomial chains of recurrences.
1021 cr = {CHREC_LEFT (cr), +, CHREC_RIGHT (cr)}_CHREC_VARIABLE (cr). */
1022DEFTREECODE (POLYNOMIAL_CHREC, "polynomial_chrec", tcc_expression, 2)
1024/* Used to chain children of container statements together.
1025 Use the interface in tree-iterator.h to access this node. */
1026DEFTREECODE (STATEMENT_LIST, "statement_list", tcc_exceptional, 0)
1028/* Predicate assertion. Artificial expression generated by the optimizers
1029 to keep track of predicate values. This expression may only appear on
1030 the RHS of assignments.
1032 Given X = ASSERT_EXPR <Y, EXPR>, the optimizers can infer
1033 two things:
1035 1- X is a copy of Y.
1036 2- EXPR is a conditional expression and is known to be true.
1038 Valid and to be expected forms of conditional expressions are
1039 valid GIMPLE conditional expressions (as defined by is_gimple_condexpr)
1040 and conditional expressions with the first operand being a
1041 PLUS_EXPR with a variable possibly wrapped in a NOP_EXPR first
1042 operand and an integer constant second operand.
1044 The type of the expression is the same as Y. */
1045DEFTREECODE (ASSERT_EXPR, "assert_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
1047/* Base class information. Holds information about a class as a
1048 baseclass of itself or another class. */
1049DEFTREECODE (TREE_BINFO, "tree_binfo", tcc_exceptional, 0)
1051/* Records the size for an expression of variable size type. This is
1052 for use in contexts in which we are accessing the entire object,
1053 such as for a function call, or block copy.
1054 Operand 0 is the real expression.
1055 Operand 1 is the size of the type in the expression. */
1056DEFTREECODE (WITH_SIZE_EXPR, "with_size_expr", tcc_expression, 2)
1058/* Extract elements from two input vectors Operand 0 and Operand 1
1059 size VS, according to the offset OFF defined by Operand 2 as
1060 follows:
1061 If OFF > 0, the last VS - OFF elements of vector OP0 are concatenated to
1062 the first OFF elements of the vector OP1.
1063 If OFF == 0, then the returned vector is OP1.
1064 On different targets OFF may take different forms; It can be an address, in
1065 which case its low log2(VS)-1 bits define the offset, or it can be a mask
1066 generated by the builtin targetm.vectorize.mask_for_load_builtin_decl. */
1067DEFTREECODE (REALIGN_LOAD_EXPR, "realign_load", tcc_expression, 3)
1069/* Low-level memory addressing. Operands are BASE (address of static or
1070 global variable or register), OFFSET (integer constant),
1071 INDEX (register), STEP (integer constant), INDEX2 (register),
1072 The corresponding address is BASE + STEP * INDEX + INDEX2 + OFFSET.
1073 Only variations and values valid on the target are allowed.
1075 The type of STEP, INDEX and INDEX2 is sizetype.
1077 The type of BASE is a pointer type. If BASE is not an address of
1078 a static or global variable INDEX2 will be NULL.
1080 The type of OFFSET is a pointer type and determines TBAA the same as
1081 the constant offset operand in MEM_REF. */
1083DEFTREECODE (TARGET_MEM_REF, "target_mem_ref", tcc_reference, 5)
1085/* Memory addressing. Operands are a pointer and a tree constant integer
1086 byte offset of the pointer type that when dereferenced yields the
1087 type of the base object the pointer points into and which is used for
1088 TBAA purposes.
1089 The type of the MEM_REF is the type the bytes at the memory location
1090 are interpreted as.
1091 MEM_REF <p, c> is equivalent to ((typeof(c))p)->x... where x... is a
1092 chain of component references offsetting p by c. */
1093DEFTREECODE (MEM_REF, "mem_ref", tcc_reference, 2)
1095/* OpenACC and OpenMP. As it is exposed in TREE_RANGE_CHECK invocations, do
1096 not change the ordering of these codes. */
1098/* OpenACC - #pragma acc parallel [clause1 ... clauseN]
1099 Operand 0: OMP_BODY: Code to be executed in parallel.
1100 Operand 1: OMP_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1102DEFTREECODE (OACC_PARALLEL, "oacc_parallel", tcc_statement, 2)
1104/* OpenACC - #pragma acc kernels [clause1 ... clauseN]
1105 Operand 0: OMP_BODY: Sequence of kernels.
1106 Operand 1: OMP_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1108DEFTREECODE (OACC_KERNELS, "oacc_kernels", tcc_statement, 2)
1110/* OpenACC - #pragma acc serial [clause1 ... clauseN]
1111 Operand 0: OMP_BODY: Code to be executed sequentially.
1112 Operand 1: OMP_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1114DEFTREECODE (OACC_SERIAL, "oacc_serial", tcc_statement, 2)
1116/* OpenACC - #pragma acc data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1117 Operand 0: OACC_DATA_BODY: Data construct body.
1118 Operand 1: OACC_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1120DEFTREECODE (OACC_DATA, "oacc_data", tcc_statement, 2)
1122/* OpenACC - #pragma acc host_data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1123 Operand 0: OACC_HOST_DATA_BODY: Host_data construct body.
1124 Operand 1: OACC_HOST_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1126DEFTREECODE (OACC_HOST_DATA, "oacc_host_data", tcc_statement, 2)
1128/* OpenMP - #pragma omp parallel [clause1 ... clauseN]
1129 Operand 0: OMP_PARALLEL_BODY: Code to be executed by all threads.
1130 Operand 1: OMP_PARALLEL_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1132DEFTREECODE (OMP_PARALLEL, "omp_parallel", tcc_statement, 2)
1134/* OpenMP - #pragma omp task [clause1 ... clauseN]
1135 Operand 0: OMP_TASK_BODY: Code to be executed by all threads.
1136 Operand 1: OMP_TASK_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1138DEFTREECODE (OMP_TASK, "omp_task", tcc_statement, 2)
1140/* OpenMP - #pragma omp for [clause1 ... clauseN]
1141 Operand 0: OMP_FOR_BODY: Loop body.
1142 Operand 1: OMP_FOR_CLAUSES: List of clauses.
1143 Operand 2: OMP_FOR_INIT: Initialization code of the form
1144 VAR = N1.
1145 Operand 3: OMP_FOR_COND: Loop conditional expression of the form
1146 VAR { <, >, <=, >= } N2.
1147 Operand 4: OMP_FOR_INCR: Loop index increment of the form
1148 VAR { +=, -= } INCR.
1149 Operand 5: OMP_FOR_PRE_BODY: Filled by the gimplifier with things
1150 from INIT, COND, and INCR that are technically part of the
1151 OMP_FOR structured block, but are evaluated before the loop
1152 body begins.
1153 Operand 6: OMP_FOR_ORIG_DECLS: If non-NULL, list of DECLs initialized
1154 in OMP_FOR_INIT. In some cases, like C++ iterators, the original
1155 DECL init has been lost in gimplification and now contains a
1156 temporary (D.nnnn). This list contains the original DECLs in
1157 the source.
1159 VAR must be an integer or pointer variable, which is implicitly thread
1160 private. N1, N2 and INCR are required to be loop invariant integer
1161 expressions that are evaluated without any synchronization.
1162 The evaluation order, frequency of evaluation and side-effects are
1163 unspecified by the standards. */
1164DEFTREECODE (OMP_FOR, "omp_for", tcc_statement, 7)
1166/* OpenMP - #pragma omp simd [clause1 ... clauseN]
1167 Operands like for OMP_FOR. */
1168DEFTREECODE (OMP_SIMD, "omp_simd", tcc_statement, 7)
1170/* OpenMP - #pragma omp distribute [clause1 ... clauseN]
1171 Operands like for OMP_FOR. */
1172DEFTREECODE (OMP_DISTRIBUTE, "omp_distribute", tcc_statement, 7)
1174/* OpenMP - #pragma omp taskloop [clause1 ... clauseN]
1175 Operands like for OMP_FOR. */
1176DEFTREECODE (OMP_TASKLOOP, "omp_taskloop", tcc_statement, 7)
1178/* OpenMP - #pragma omp loop [clause1 ... clauseN]
1179 Operands like for OMP_FOR. */
1180DEFTREECODE (OMP_LOOP, "omp_loop", tcc_statement, 7)
1182/* OpenMP - #pragma acc loop [clause1 ... clauseN]
1183 Operands like for OMP_FOR. */
1184DEFTREECODE (OACC_LOOP, "oacc_loop", tcc_statement, 7)
1186/* OpenMP - #pragma omp teams [clause1 ... clauseN]
1187 Operand 0: OMP_TEAMS_BODY: Teams body.
1188 Operand 1: OMP_TEAMS_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1189DEFTREECODE (OMP_TEAMS, "omp_teams", tcc_statement, 2)
1191/* OpenMP - #pragma omp target data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1192 Operand 0: OMP_TARGET_DATA_BODY: Target data construct body.
1193 Operand 1: OMP_TARGET_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1194DEFTREECODE (OMP_TARGET_DATA, "omp_target_data", tcc_statement, 2)
1196/* OpenMP - #pragma omp target [clause1 ... clauseN]
1197 Operand 0: OMP_TARGET_BODY: Target construct body.
1198 Operand 1: OMP_TARGET_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1199DEFTREECODE (OMP_TARGET, "omp_target", tcc_statement, 2)
1201/* OpenMP - #pragma omp sections [clause1 ... clauseN]
1202 Operand 0: OMP_SECTIONS_BODY: Sections body.
1203 Operand 1: OMP_SECTIONS_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1204DEFTREECODE (OMP_SECTIONS, "omp_sections", tcc_statement, 2)
1206/* OpenMP - #pragma omp ordered
1207 Operand 0: OMP_ORDERED_BODY: Master section body.
1208 Operand 1: OMP_ORDERED_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1209DEFTREECODE (OMP_ORDERED, "omp_ordered", tcc_statement, 2)
1211/* OpenMP - #pragma omp critical [name]
1212 Operand 0: OMP_CRITICAL_BODY: Critical section body.
1213 Operand 1: OMP_CRITICAL_CLAUSES: List of clauses.
1214 Operand 2: OMP_CRITICAL_NAME: Identifier for critical section. */
1215DEFTREECODE (OMP_CRITICAL, "omp_critical", tcc_statement, 3)
1217/* OpenMP - #pragma omp single
1218 Operand 0: OMP_SINGLE_BODY: Single section body.
1219 Operand 1: OMP_SINGLE_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1220DEFTREECODE (OMP_SINGLE, "omp_single", tcc_statement, 2)
1222/* OpenMP - #pragma omp scope
1223 Operand 0: OMP_SCOPE_BODY: Masked section body.
1224 Operand 1: OMP_SCOPE_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1225DEFTREECODE (OMP_SCOPE, "omp_scope", tcc_statement, 2)
1227/* OpenMP - #pragma omp taskgroup
1228 Operand 0: OMP_TASKGROUP_BODY: Taskgroup body.
1229 Operand 1: OMP_SINGLE_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1230DEFTREECODE (OMP_TASKGROUP, "omp_taskgroup", tcc_statement, 2)
1232/* OpenMP - #pragma omp masked
1233 Operand 0: OMP_MASKED_BODY: Masked section body.
1234 Operand 1: OMP_MASKED_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1235DEFTREECODE (OMP_MASKED, "omp_masked", tcc_statement, 2)
1237/* OpenMP - #pragma omp scan
1238 Operand 0: OMP_SCAN_BODY: Scan body.
1239 Operand 1: OMP_SCAN_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1240DEFTREECODE (OMP_SCAN, "omp_scan", tcc_statement, 2)
1242/* OpenMP - #pragma omp section
1243 Operand 0: OMP_SECTION_BODY: Section body. */
1244DEFTREECODE (OMP_SECTION, "omp_section", tcc_statement, 1)
1246/* OpenMP - #pragma omp master
1247 Operand 0: OMP_MASTER_BODY: Master section body. */
1248DEFTREECODE (OMP_MASTER, "omp_master", tcc_statement, 1)
1250/* OpenACC - #pragma acc cache (variable1 ... variableN)
1251 Operand 0: OACC_CACHE_CLAUSES: List of variables (transformed into
1252 OMP_CLAUSE__CACHE_ clauses). */
1253DEFTREECODE (OACC_CACHE, "oacc_cache", tcc_statement, 1)
1255/* OpenACC - #pragma acc declare [clause1 ... clauseN]
1256 Operand 0: OACC_DECLARE_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1257DEFTREECODE (OACC_DECLARE, "oacc_declare", tcc_statement, 1)
1259/* OpenACC - #pragma acc enter data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1260 Operand 0: OACC_ENTER_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1261DEFTREECODE (OACC_ENTER_DATA, "oacc_enter_data", tcc_statement, 1)
1263/* OpenACC - #pragma acc exit data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1264 Operand 0: OACC_EXIT_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1265DEFTREECODE (OACC_EXIT_DATA, "oacc_exit_data", tcc_statement, 1)
1267/* OpenACC - #pragma acc update [clause1 ... clauseN]
1268 Operand 0: OACC_UPDATE_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1269DEFTREECODE (OACC_UPDATE, "oacc_update", tcc_statement, 1)
1271/* OpenMP - #pragma omp target update [clause1 ... clauseN]
1272 Operand 0: OMP_TARGET_UPDATE_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1273DEFTREECODE (OMP_TARGET_UPDATE, "omp_target_update", tcc_statement, 1)
1275/* OpenMP - #pragma omp target enter data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1276 Operand 0: OMP_TARGET_ENTER_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1277DEFTREECODE (OMP_TARGET_ENTER_DATA, "omp_target_enter_data", tcc_statement, 1)
1279/* OpenMP - #pragma omp target exit data [clause1 ... clauseN]
1280 Operand 0: OMP_TARGET_EXIT_DATA_CLAUSES: List of clauses. */
1281DEFTREECODE (OMP_TARGET_EXIT_DATA, "omp_target_exit_data", tcc_statement, 1)
1283/* OMP_ATOMIC through OMP_ATOMIC_CAPTURE_NEW must be consecutive,
1284 or OMP_ATOMIC_SEQ_CST needs adjusting. */
1286/* OpenMP - #pragma omp atomic
1287 Operand 0: The address at which the atomic operation is to be performed.
1288 This address should be stabilized with save_expr.
1289 Operand 1: The expression to evaluate. When the old value of the object
1290 at the address is used in the expression, it should appear as if
1291 build_fold_indirect_ref of the address. */
1292DEFTREECODE (OMP_ATOMIC, "omp_atomic", tcc_statement, 2)
1294/* OpenMP - #pragma omp atomic read
1295 Operand 0: The address at which the atomic operation is to be performed.
1296 This address should be stabilized with save_expr. */
1297DEFTREECODE (OMP_ATOMIC_READ, "omp_atomic_read", tcc_statement, 1)
1299/* OpenMP - #pragma omp atomic capture
1300 Operand 0: The address at which the atomic operation is to be performed.
1301 This address should be stabilized with save_expr.
1302 Operand 1: The expression to evaluate. When the old value of the object
1303 at the address is used in the expression, it should appear as if
1304 build_fold_indirect_ref of the address.
1305 OMP_ATOMIC_CAPTURE_OLD returns the old memory content,
1306 OMP_ATOMIC_CAPTURE_NEW the new value. */
1307DEFTREECODE (OMP_ATOMIC_CAPTURE_OLD, "omp_atomic_capture_old", tcc_statement, 2)
1308DEFTREECODE (OMP_ATOMIC_CAPTURE_NEW, "omp_atomic_capture_new", tcc_statement, 2)
1310/* OpenMP clauses. */
1311DEFTREECODE (OMP_CLAUSE, "omp_clause", tcc_exceptional, 0)
1313/* TRANSACTION_EXPR tree code.
1314 Operand 0: BODY: contains body of the transaction. */
1315DEFTREECODE (TRANSACTION_EXPR, "transaction_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
1317/* Widening dot-product.
1318 The first two arguments are of type t1.
1319 The third argument and the result are of type t2, such that t2 is at least
1320 twice the size of t1. DOT_PROD_EXPR(arg1,arg2,arg3) is equivalent to:
1321 tmp = WIDEN_MULT_EXPR(arg1, arg2);
1322 arg3 = PLUS_EXPR (tmp, arg3);
1323 or:
1324 tmp = WIDEN_MULT_EXPR(arg1, arg2);
1325 arg3 = WIDEN_SUM_EXPR (tmp, arg3); */
1326DEFTREECODE (DOT_PROD_EXPR, "dot_prod_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
1328/* Widening summation.
1329 The first argument is of type t1.
1330 The second argument is of type t2, such that t2 is at least twice
1331 the size of t1. The type of the entire expression is also t2.
1332 WIDEN_SUM_EXPR is equivalent to first widening (promoting)
1333 the first argument from type t1 to type t2, and then summing it
1334 with the second argument. */
1335DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_SUM_EXPR, "widen_sum_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1337/* Widening sad (sum of absolute differences).
1338 The first two arguments are of type t1 which should be integer.
1339 The third argument and the result are of type t2, such that t2 is at least
1340 twice the size of t1. Like DOT_PROD_EXPR, SAD_EXPR (arg1,arg2,arg3) is
1341 equivalent to (note we don't have WIDEN_MINUS_EXPR now, but we assume its
1342 behavior is similar to WIDEN_SUM_EXPR):
1343 tmp = WIDEN_MINUS_EXPR (arg1, arg2)
1344 tmp2 = ABS_EXPR (tmp)
1345 arg3 = PLUS_EXPR (tmp2, arg3)
1346 or:
1347 tmp = WIDEN_MINUS_EXPR (arg1, arg2)
1348 tmp2 = ABS_EXPR (tmp)
1349 arg3 = WIDEN_SUM_EXPR (tmp2, arg3)
1350 */
1351DEFTREECODE (SAD_EXPR, "sad_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
1353/* Widening multiplication.
1354 The two arguments are of type t1 and t2, both integral types that
1355 have the same precision, but possibly different signedness.
1356 The result is of integral type t3, such that t3 is at least twice
1357 the size of t1/t2. WIDEN_MULT_EXPR is equivalent to first widening
1358 (promoting) the arguments from type t1 to type t3, and from t2 to
1359 type t3 and then multiplying them. */
1360DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_MULT_EXPR, "widen_mult_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1362/* Widening multiply-accumulate.
1363 The first two arguments are of type t1.
1364 The third argument and the result are of type t2, such as t2 is at least
1365 twice the size of t1. t1 and t2 must be integral or fixed-point types.
1366 The expression is equivalent to a WIDEN_MULT_EXPR operation
1367 of the first two operands followed by an add or subtract of the third
1368 operand. */
1369DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_MULT_PLUS_EXPR, "widen_mult_plus_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
1370/* This is like the above, except in the final expression the multiply result
1371 is subtracted from t3. */
1372DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_MULT_MINUS_EXPR, "widen_mult_minus_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
1374/* Widening shift left.
1375 The first operand is of type t1.
1376 The second operand is the number of bits to shift by; it need not be the
1377 same type as the first operand and result.
1378 Note that the result is undefined if the second operand is larger
1379 than or equal to the first operand's type size.
1380 The type of the entire expression is t2, such that t2 is at least twice
1381 the size of t1.
1382 WIDEN_LSHIFT_EXPR is equivalent to first widening (promoting)
1383 the first argument from type t1 to type t2, and then shifting it
1384 by the second argument. */
1385DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_LSHIFT_EXPR, "widen_lshift_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1386DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_PLUS_EXPR, "widen_plus_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1387DEFTREECODE (WIDEN_MINUS_EXPR, "widen_minus_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1389/* Widening vector multiplication.
1390 The two operands are vectors with N elements of size S. Multiplying the
1391 elements of the two vectors will result in N products of size 2*S.
1392 VEC_WIDEN_MULT_HI_EXPR computes the N/2 high products.
1393 VEC_WIDEN_MULT_LO_EXPR computes the N/2 low products. */
1394DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_MULT_HI_EXPR, "widen_mult_hi_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1395DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_MULT_LO_EXPR, "widen_mult_lo_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1397/* Similarly, but return the even or odd N/2 products. */
1398DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_MULT_EVEN_EXPR, "widen_mult_even_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1399DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_MULT_ODD_EXPR, "widen_mult_odd_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1401/* Unpack (extract and promote/widen) the high/low elements of the input
1402 vector into the output vector. The input vector has twice as many
1403 elements as the output vector, that are half the size of the elements
1404 of the output vector. This is used to support type promotion. */
1405DEFTREECODE (VEC_UNPACK_HI_EXPR, "vec_unpack_hi_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
1406DEFTREECODE (VEC_UNPACK_LO_EXPR, "vec_unpack_lo_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
1408/* Unpack (extract) the high/low elements of the input vector, convert
1409 fixed point values to floating point and widen elements into the
1410 output vector. The input vector has twice as many elements as the output
1411 vector, that are half the size of the elements of the output vector. */
1412DEFTREECODE (VEC_UNPACK_FLOAT_HI_EXPR, "vec_unpack_float_hi_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
1413DEFTREECODE (VEC_UNPACK_FLOAT_LO_EXPR, "vec_unpack_float_lo_expr", tcc_unary, 1)
1415/* Unpack (extract) the high/low elements of the input vector, convert
1416 floating point values to integer and widen elements into the output
1417 vector. The input vector has twice as many elements as the output
1418 vector, that are half the size of the elements of the output vector. */
1419DEFTREECODE (VEC_UNPACK_FIX_TRUNC_HI_EXPR, "vec_unpack_fix_trunc_hi_expr",
1420 tcc_unary, 1)
1421DEFTREECODE (VEC_UNPACK_FIX_TRUNC_LO_EXPR, "vec_unpack_fix_trunc_lo_expr",
1422 tcc_unary, 1)
1424/* Pack (demote/narrow and merge) the elements of the two input vectors
1425 into the output vector using truncation/saturation.
1426 The elements of the input vectors are twice the size of the elements of the
1427 output vector. This is used to support type demotion. */
1428DEFTREECODE (VEC_PACK_TRUNC_EXPR, "vec_pack_trunc_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1429DEFTREECODE (VEC_PACK_SAT_EXPR, "vec_pack_sat_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1431/* Convert floating point values of the two input vectors to integer
1432 and pack (narrow and merge) the elements into the output vector. The
1433 elements of the input vector are twice the size of the elements of
1434 the output vector. */
1435DEFTREECODE (VEC_PACK_FIX_TRUNC_EXPR, "vec_pack_fix_trunc_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1437/* Convert fixed point values of the two input vectors to floating point
1438 and pack (narrow and merge) the elements into the output vector. The
1439 elements of the input vector are twice the size of the elements of
1440 the output vector. */
1441DEFTREECODE (VEC_PACK_FLOAT_EXPR, "vec_pack_float_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1443/* Widening vector shift left in bits.
1444 Operand 0 is a vector to be shifted with N elements of size S.
1445 Operand 1 is an integer shift amount in bits.
1446 The result of the operation is N elements of size 2*S.
1447 VEC_WIDEN_LSHIFT_HI_EXPR computes the N/2 high results.
1448 VEC_WIDEN_LSHIFT_LO_EXPR computes the N/2 low results.
1449 */
1450DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_LSHIFT_HI_EXPR, "widen_lshift_hi_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1451DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_LSHIFT_LO_EXPR, "widen_lshift_lo_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1452DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_PLUS_HI_EXPR, "widen_plus_hi_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1453DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_PLUS_LO_EXPR, "widen_plus_lo_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1454DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_MINUS_HI_EXPR, "widen_minus_hi_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1455DEFTREECODE (VEC_WIDEN_MINUS_LO_EXPR, "widen_minus_lo_expr", tcc_binary, 2)
1457/* PREDICT_EXPR. Specify hint for branch prediction. The
1459 outcome (0 for not taken and 1 for taken). Once the profile is guessed
1460 all conditional branches leading to execution paths executing the
1461 PREDICT_EXPR will get predicted by the specified predictor. */
1462DEFTREECODE (PREDICT_EXPR, "predict_expr", tcc_expression, 1)
1464/* OPTIMIZATION_NODE. Node to store the optimization options. */
1465DEFTREECODE (OPTIMIZATION_NODE, "optimization_node", tcc_exceptional, 0)
1467/* TARGET_OPTION_NODE. Node to store the target specific options. */
1468DEFTREECODE (TARGET_OPTION_NODE, "target_option_node", tcc_exceptional, 0)
1471 Operand 0 is the expression to be annotated.
1472 Operand 1 is the annotation kind.
1473 Operand 2 is additional data. */
1474DEFTREECODE (ANNOTATE_EXPR, "annotate_expr", tcc_expression, 3)
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