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The function cast is not portable ISO C.


As of this writing (April 2001), setting verbosity level is not yet implemented, and is always returned as zero. So calling ui_out_message with a verbosity argument more than zero will cause the message to never be printed.


Some D10V instructions are actually pairs of 16-bit sub-instructions. However, since you can't jump into the middle of such a pair, code addresses can only refer to full 32 bit instructions, which is what matters in this explanation.


The above is from the original example and uses K&R C. GDB has since converted to ISO C but lets ignore that.

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