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SubjectRe: Using %cr2 to reference "current"
On Tue, 6 Nov 2001, Dave Jones wrote:
>If this is done, it should perhaps be done on only on certain x86s,
>as some show the results go the other way. For example, the Cyrix III..

And for some (P150) it makes no difference...

read cr2 best: 25 av: 27.09
write cr2 cr2 best: 32 av: 34.39

read stk best: 26 av: 28.22
write cr2 stk best: 32 av: 33.04

--Ricky


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