Hello,

In article <200204231241.g3NCfcu12881 / sharui.nakada.kanuma.tochigi.jp>, nobu.nokada / softhome.net wrote:
>> 	Or by different formulation: How works the original version?
>> 	(Expecially: VALUE stack_end; alloca(0) and the following LENGTH
>> 	macros.)                   ^^^
> In the case of C_ALLOCA defined, the pointer returned from
> alloca() doesn't refer the stack.  Since STACK_END must refer
> the top (or near) of the stack, it should be an address of an
> auto variable.  About alloca(0), it never allocate any memory
> but frees allocated blocks no longer used.  See
> missing/alloca.c.
> 
	OK, got it.

	Thanks

		Michal
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