On Tue, 3 Jul 2001 07:31:25 -0400, you wrote:
Not necessarily true. There are a number of 'peephole' optimisations
on short sequences of instructions that can be done with little or no
knowledge of the intent, especially on compiler output (OK the
compiler should do it, but often doesn't) , as long as you can keep
track of things like tables, jump targets and page bits.
I would think that a more realistic project might be something which
analyses the code and suggests areas where improvements could be made,
allowing the user full control.
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ways. See http://www.piclist.com/#archives for details.
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