RE: help with c++ if test

Sort of. C switch statements are compiled into jump tables, but not xlat 
instructions.

Just do a -s on gcc, and take a look.

Take car,e
Sina

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09.02.2011 21:45, Littlefield, Tyler пишет:
> Wow, that's sweet. so essentially you just have the pointers to the 
> functions or points to jump to, spaced out. so you would just xlat to 
> the number you want to compare against, then jump to that. for things 
> like ranges, you'd just repeat the pointer, makes sense.

Actually, C switch statement is compiled to something like that too.


Lex
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