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[Matti Aarnio]
> > That depends mainly on question: Does your stack grow up or down ?

[Ben Pfaff]
> No it doesn't. It depends mainly on whether the ABI for the machine
> says that arguments are pushed onto the stack in left-to-right or
> right-to-left order. You could do either on x86, for instance, and
> it has nothing to do with whether the x86 stack grows up or down.

So, if you choose left-to-right, how do you implement varargs? Keep in
mind that prototypes are optional. I bet anything your solution is
slower and more complex than right-to-left, as all known compilers do.

Peter
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