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/* Execution of byte code produced by bytecomp.el.
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   Copyright (C) 1985-1988, 1993, 2000-2013 Free Software Foundation,
   Inc.
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This file is part of GNU Emacs.

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GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
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GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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along with GNU Emacs.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.  */
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/*
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hacked on by jwz@lucid.com 17-jun-91
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  o  added a compile-time switch to turn on simple sanity checking;
  o  put back the obsolete byte-codes for error-detection;
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  o  added a new instruction, unbind_all, which I will use for
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     tail-recursion elimination;
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  o  made temp_output_buffer_show be called with the right number
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     of args;
  o  made the new bytecodes be called with args in the right order;
  o  added metering support.

by Hallvard:
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  o  added relative jump instructions;
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  o  all conditionals now only do QUIT if they jump.
 */

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#include <config.h>
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#include "lisp.h"
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#include "character.h"
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#include "buffer.h"
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#include "syntax.h"
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#include "window.h"
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#ifdef CHECK_FRAME_FONT
#include "frame.h"
#include "xterm.h"
#endif

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/*
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 * define BYTE_CODE_SAFE to enable some minor sanity checking (useful for
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 * debugging the byte compiler...)
 *
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 * define BYTE_CODE_METER to enable generation of a byte-op usage histogram.
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 */
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/* #define BYTE_CODE_SAFE */
/* #define BYTE_CODE_METER */
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/* If BYTE_CODE_THREADED is defined, then the interpreter will be
   indirect threaded, using GCC's computed goto extension.  This code,
   as currently implemented, is incompatible with BYTE_CODE_SAFE and
   BYTE_CODE_METER.  */
#if defined (__GNUC__) && !defined (BYTE_CODE_SAFE) && !defined (BYTE_CODE_METER)
#define BYTE_CODE_THREADED
#endif

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#ifdef BYTE_CODE_METER

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Lisp_Object Qbyte_code_meter;
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#define METER_2(code1, code2) AREF (AREF (Vbyte_code_meter, code1), code2)
#define METER_1(code) METER_2 (0, code)
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#define METER_CODE(last_code, this_code)				\
{									\
  if (byte_metering_on)							\
    {									\
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      if (XFASTINT (METER_1 (this_code)) < MOST_POSITIVE_FIXNUM)	\
        XSETFASTINT (METER_1 (this_code),				\
		     XFASTINT (METER_1 (this_code)) + 1);		\
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      if (last_code							\
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	  && (XFASTINT (METER_2 (last_code, this_code))			\
	      < MOST_POSITIVE_FIXNUM))					\
        XSETFASTINT (METER_2 (last_code, this_code),			\
		     XFASTINT (METER_2 (last_code, this_code)) + 1);	\
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    }									\
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}
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#endif /* BYTE_CODE_METER */
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/*  Byte codes: */

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#define BYTE_CODES							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref, 0) /* Actually, Bstack_ref+0 is not implemented: use dup.  */ \
DEFINE (Bstack_ref1, 1)							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref2, 2)							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref3, 3)							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref4, 4)							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref5, 5)							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref6, 6)							\
DEFINE (Bstack_ref7, 7)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref, 010)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref1, 011)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref2, 012)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref3, 013)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref4, 014)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref5, 015)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref6, 016)							\
DEFINE (Bvarref7, 017)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset, 020)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset1, 021)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset2, 022)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset3, 023)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset4, 024)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset5, 025)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset6, 026)							\
DEFINE (Bvarset7, 027)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind, 030)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind1, 031)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind2, 032)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind3, 033)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind4, 034)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind5, 035)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind6, 036)							\
DEFINE (Bvarbind7, 037)							\
DEFINE (Bcall, 040)							\
DEFINE (Bcall1, 041)							\
DEFINE (Bcall2, 042)							\
DEFINE (Bcall3, 043)							\
DEFINE (Bcall4, 044)							\
DEFINE (Bcall5, 045)							\
DEFINE (Bcall6, 046)							\
DEFINE (Bcall7, 047)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind, 050)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind1, 051)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind2, 052)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind3, 053)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind4, 054)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind5, 055)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind6, 056)							\
DEFINE (Bunbind7, 057)							\
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DEFINE (Bnth, 070)							\
DEFINE (Bsymbolp, 071)							\
DEFINE (Bconsp, 072)							\
DEFINE (Bstringp, 073)							\
DEFINE (Blistp, 074)							\
DEFINE (Beq, 075)							\
DEFINE (Bmemq, 076)							\
DEFINE (Bnot, 077)							\
DEFINE (Bcar, 0100)							\
DEFINE (Bcdr, 0101)							\
DEFINE (Bcons, 0102)							\
DEFINE (Blist1, 0103)							\
DEFINE (Blist2, 0104)							\
DEFINE (Blist3, 0105)							\
DEFINE (Blist4, 0106)							\
DEFINE (Blength, 0107)							\
DEFINE (Baref, 0110)							\
DEFINE (Baset, 0111)							\
DEFINE (Bsymbol_value, 0112)						\
DEFINE (Bsymbol_function, 0113)						\
DEFINE (Bset, 0114)							\
DEFINE (Bfset, 0115)							\
DEFINE (Bget, 0116)							\
DEFINE (Bsubstring, 0117)						\
DEFINE (Bconcat2, 0120)							\
DEFINE (Bconcat3, 0121)							\
DEFINE (Bconcat4, 0122)							\
DEFINE (Bsub1, 0123)							\
DEFINE (Badd1, 0124)							\
DEFINE (Beqlsign, 0125)							\
DEFINE (Bgtr, 0126)							\
DEFINE (Blss, 0127)							\
DEFINE (Bleq, 0130)							\
DEFINE (Bgeq, 0131)							\
DEFINE (Bdiff, 0132)							\
DEFINE (Bnegate, 0133)							\
DEFINE (Bplus, 0134)							\
DEFINE (Bmax, 0135)							\
DEFINE (Bmin, 0136)							\
DEFINE (Bmult, 0137)							\
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DEFINE (Bpoint, 0140)							\
/* Was Bmark in v17.  */						\
DEFINE (Bsave_current_buffer, 0141) /* Obsolete.  */			\
DEFINE (Bgoto_char, 0142)						\
DEFINE (Binsert, 0143)							\
DEFINE (Bpoint_max, 0144)						\
DEFINE (Bpoint_min, 0145)						\
DEFINE (Bchar_after, 0146)						\
DEFINE (Bfollowing_char, 0147)						\
DEFINE (Bpreceding_char, 0150)						\
DEFINE (Bcurrent_column, 0151)						\
DEFINE (Bindent_to, 0152)						\
DEFINE (Beolp, 0154)							\
DEFINE (Beobp, 0155)							\
DEFINE (Bbolp, 0156)							\
DEFINE (Bbobp, 0157)							\
DEFINE (Bcurrent_buffer, 0160)						\
DEFINE (Bset_buffer, 0161)						\
DEFINE (Bsave_current_buffer_1, 0162) /* Replacing Bsave_current_buffer.  */ \
DEFINE (Binteractive_p, 0164) /* Obsolete since Emacs-24.1.  */		\
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DEFINE (Bforward_char, 0165)						\
DEFINE (Bforward_word, 0166)						\
DEFINE (Bskip_chars_forward, 0167)					\
DEFINE (Bskip_chars_backward, 0170)					\
DEFINE (Bforward_line, 0171)						\
DEFINE (Bchar_syntax, 0172)						\
DEFINE (Bbuffer_substring, 0173)					\
DEFINE (Bdelete_region, 0174)						\
DEFINE (Bnarrow_to_region, 0175)					\
DEFINE (Bwiden, 0176)							\
DEFINE (Bend_of_line, 0177)						\
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DEFINE (Bconstant2, 0201)						\
DEFINE (Bgoto, 0202)							\
DEFINE (Bgotoifnil, 0203)						\
DEFINE (Bgotoifnonnil, 0204)						\
DEFINE (Bgotoifnilelsepop, 0205)					\
DEFINE (Bgotoifnonnilelsepop, 0206)					\
DEFINE (Breturn, 0207)							\
DEFINE (Bdiscard, 0210)							\
DEFINE (Bdup, 0211)							\
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DEFINE (Bsave_excursion, 0212)						\
DEFINE (Bsave_window_excursion, 0213) /* Obsolete since Emacs-24.1.  */	\
DEFINE (Bsave_restriction, 0214)					\
DEFINE (Bcatch, 0215)							\
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DEFINE (Bunwind_protect, 0216)						\
DEFINE (Bcondition_case, 0217)						\
DEFINE (Btemp_output_buffer_setup, 0220) /* Obsolete since Emacs-24.1.  */ \
DEFINE (Btemp_output_buffer_show, 0221)  /* Obsolete since Emacs-24.1.  */ \
									\
DEFINE (Bunbind_all, 0222)	/* Obsolete.  Never used.  */		\
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DEFINE (Bset_marker, 0223)						\
DEFINE (Bmatch_beginning, 0224)						\
DEFINE (Bmatch_end, 0225)						\
DEFINE (Bupcase, 0226)							\
DEFINE (Bdowncase, 0227)						\
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DEFINE (Bstringeqlsign, 0230)						\
DEFINE (Bstringlss, 0231)						\
DEFINE (Bequal, 0232)							\
DEFINE (Bnthcdr, 0233)							\
DEFINE (Belt, 0234)							\
DEFINE (Bmember, 0235)							\
DEFINE (Bassq, 0236)							\
DEFINE (Bnreverse, 0237)						\
DEFINE (Bsetcar, 0240)							\
DEFINE (Bsetcdr, 0241)							\
DEFINE (Bcar_safe, 0242)						\
DEFINE (Bcdr_safe, 0243)						\
DEFINE (Bnconc, 0244)							\
DEFINE (Bquo, 0245)							\
DEFINE (Brem, 0246)							\
DEFINE (Bnumberp, 0247)							\
DEFINE (Bintegerp, 0250)						\
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DEFINE (BRgoto, 0252)							\
DEFINE (BRgotoifnil, 0253)						\
DEFINE (BRgotoifnonnil, 0254)						\
DEFINE (BRgotoifnilelsepop, 0255)					\
DEFINE (BRgotoifnonnilelsepop, 0256)					\
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DEFINE (BlistN, 0257)							\
DEFINE (BconcatN, 0260)							\
DEFINE (BinsertN, 0261)							\
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/* Bstack_ref is code 0.  */						\
DEFINE (Bstack_set,  0262)						\
DEFINE (Bstack_set2, 0263)						\
DEFINE (BdiscardN,   0266)						\
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DEFINE (Bconstant, 0300)

enum byte_code_op
{
#define DEFINE(name, value) name = value,
    BYTE_CODES
#undef DEFINE

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#ifdef BYTE_CODE_SAFE
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    Bscan_buffer = 0153, /* No longer generated as of v18.  */
    Bset_mark = 0163 /* this loser is no longer generated as of v18 */
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#endif
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};
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/* Whether to maintain a `top' and `bottom' field in the stack frame.  */
#define BYTE_MAINTAIN_TOP (BYTE_CODE_SAFE || BYTE_MARK_STACK)
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/* Structure describing a value stack used during byte-code execution
   in Fbyte_code.  */

struct byte_stack
{
  /* Program counter.  This points into the byte_string below
     and is relocated when that string is relocated.  */
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  const unsigned char *pc;
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  /* Top and bottom of stack.  The bottom points to an area of memory
     allocated with alloca in Fbyte_code.  */
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#if BYTE_MAINTAIN_TOP
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  Lisp_Object *top, *bottom;
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#endif
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  /* The string containing the byte-code, and its current address.
     Storing this here protects it from GC because mark_byte_stack
     marks it.  */
  Lisp_Object byte_string;
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  const unsigned char *byte_string_start;
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#if BYTE_MARK_STACK
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  /* The vector of constants used during byte-code execution.  Storing
     this here protects it from GC because mark_byte_stack marks it.  */
  Lisp_Object constants;
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#endif
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  /* Next entry in byte_stack_list.  */
  struct byte_stack *next;
};

/* A list of currently active byte-code execution value stacks.
   Fbyte_code adds an entry to the head of this list before it starts
   processing byte-code, and it removed the entry again when it is
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   done.  Signaling an error truncates the list analogous to
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   gcprolist.  */

struct byte_stack *byte_stack_list;

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/* Mark objects on byte_stack_list.  Called during GC.  */

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#if BYTE_MARK_STACK
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void
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mark_byte_stack (void)
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{
  struct byte_stack *stack;
  Lisp_Object *obj;

  for (stack = byte_stack_list; stack; stack = stack->next)
    {
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      /* If STACK->top is null here, this means there's an opcode in
	 Fbyte_code that wasn't expected to GC, but did.  To find out
	 which opcode this is, record the value of `stack', and walk
	 up the stack in a debugger, stopping in frames of Fbyte_code.
	 The culprit is found in the frame of Fbyte_code where the
	 address of its local variable `stack' is equal to the
	 recorded value of `stack' here.  */
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      eassert (stack->top);
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      for (obj = stack->bottom; obj <= stack->top; ++obj)
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	mark_object (*obj);
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      mark_object (stack->byte_string);
      mark_object (stack->constants);
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    }
}
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#endif
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/* Unmark objects in the stacks on byte_stack_list.  Relocate program
   counters.  Called when GC has completed.  */
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void
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unmark_byte_stack (void)
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{
  struct byte_stack *stack;

  for (stack = byte_stack_list; stack; stack = stack->next)
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    {
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      if (stack->byte_string_start != SDATA (stack->byte_string))
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	{
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	  stack->byte_string_start = SDATA (stack->byte_string);
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	  stack->pc = stack->byte_string_start + offset;
	}
    }
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}

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/* Fetch the next byte from the bytecode stream.  */
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#define FETCH *stack.pc++
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/* Fetch two bytes from the bytecode stream and make a 16-bit number
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#define FETCH2 (op = FETCH, op + (FETCH << 8))

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/* Push x onto the execution stack.  This used to be #define PUSH(x)
   (*++stackp = (x)) This oddity is necessary because Alliant can't be
   bothered to compile the preincrement operator properly, as of 4/91.
   -JimB */
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#define PUSH(x) (top++, *top = (x))
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/* Pop a value off the execution stack.  */

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#define POP (*top--)
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/* Discard n values from the execution stack.  */

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#define DISCARD(n) (top -= (n))

/* Get the value which is at the top of the execution stack, but don't
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#define TOP (*top)
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/* Actions that must be performed before and after calling a function
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   that might GC.  */
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#if !BYTE_MAINTAIN_TOP
#define BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC()	((void)0)
#define AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC()	((void)0)
#else
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#define BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC()	stack.top = top
#define AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC()	stack.top = NULL
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#endif
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/* Garbage collect if we have consed enough since the last time.
   We do this at every branch, to avoid loops that never GC.  */

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#define MAYBE_GC()		\
  do {				\
   BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();	\
   maybe_gc ();			\
   AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();	\
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/* Check for jumping out of range.  */
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#ifdef BYTE_CODE_SAFE

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#define CHECK_RANGE(ARG) \
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#else /* not BYTE_CODE_SAFE */
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#define CHECK_RANGE(ARG)

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#endif /* not BYTE_CODE_SAFE */
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/* A version of the QUIT macro which makes sure that the stack top is
   set before signaling `quit'.  */

#define BYTE_CODE_QUIT					\
  do {							\
    if (!NILP (Vquit_flag) && NILP (Vinhibit_quit))	\
      {							\
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        Lisp_Object flag = Vquit_flag;			\
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	Vquit_flag = Qnil;				\
        BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();				\
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	if (EQ (Vthrow_on_input, flag))			\
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	Fsignal (Qquit, Qnil);				\
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	AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();				\
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      }							\
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    else if (pending_signals)				\
      process_pending_signals ();			\
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  } while (0)

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DEFUN ("byte-code", Fbyte_code, Sbyte_code, 3, 3, 0,
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       doc: /* Function used internally in byte-compiled code.
The first argument, BYTESTR, is a string of byte code;
the second, VECTOR, a vector of constants;
the third, MAXDEPTH, the maximum stack depth used in this function.
If the third argument is incorrect, Emacs may crash.  */)
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  (Lisp_Object bytestr, Lisp_Object vector, Lisp_Object maxdepth)
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{
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  return exec_byte_code (bytestr, vector, maxdepth, Qnil, 0, NULL);
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}

/* Execute the byte-code in BYTESTR.  VECTOR is the constant vector, and
   MAXDEPTH is the maximum stack depth used (if MAXDEPTH is incorrect,
   emacs may crash!).  If ARGS_TEMPLATE is non-nil, it should be a lisp
   argument list (including &rest, &optional, etc.), and ARGS, of size
   NARGS, should be a vector of the actual arguments.  The arguments in
   ARGS are pushed on the stack according to ARGS_TEMPLATE before
   executing BYTESTR.  */

Lisp_Object
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exec_byte_code (Lisp_Object bytestr, Lisp_Object vector, Lisp_Object maxdepth,
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		Lisp_Object args_template, ptrdiff_t nargs, Lisp_Object *args)
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{
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  ptrdiff_t count = SPECPDL_INDEX ();
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#ifdef BYTE_CODE_METER
  int this_op = 0;
  int prev_op;
#endif
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  int op;
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  Lisp_Object *vectorp;
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  ptrdiff_t const_length;
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  Lisp_Object *stacke;
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  ptrdiff_t bytestr_length;
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#endif
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  struct byte_stack stack;
  Lisp_Object *top;
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  Lisp_Object result;
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#if 0 /* CHECK_FRAME_FONT */
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 {
   struct frame *f = SELECTED_FRAME ();
   if (FRAME_X_P (f)
       && FRAME_FONT (f)->direction != 0
       && FRAME_FONT (f)->direction != 1)
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     emacs_abort ();
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#endif

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  CHECK_STRING (bytestr);
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  CHECK_VECTOR (vector);
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  CHECK_NATNUM (maxdepth);
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#ifdef BYTE_CODE_SAFE
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  const_length = ASIZE (vector);
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#endif

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  if (STRING_MULTIBYTE (bytestr))
    /* BYTESTR must have been produced by Emacs 20.2 or the earlier
       because they produced a raw 8-bit string for byte-code and now
       such a byte-code string is loaded as multibyte while raw 8-bit
       characters converted to multibyte form.  Thus, now we must
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       convert them back to the originally intended unibyte form.  */
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  bytestr_length = SBYTES (bytestr);
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#endif
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  vectorp = XVECTOR (vector)->contents;

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  stack.byte_string = bytestr;
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  stack.pc = stack.byte_string_start = SDATA (bytestr);
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#if BYTE_MARK_STACK
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  stack.constants = vector;
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#endif
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  stack.bottom = top + 1;
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  stack.top = NULL;
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#endif
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  stack.next = byte_stack_list;
  byte_stack_list = &stack;
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#ifdef BYTE_CODE_SAFE
  stacke = stack.bottom - 1 + XFASTINT (maxdepth);
#endif
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    {
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      ptrdiff_t at = XINT (args_template);
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      bool rest = (at & 128) != 0;
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      int mandatory = at & 127;
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      ptrdiff_t nonrest = at >> 8;
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      eassert (mandatory <= nonrest);
      if (nargs <= nonrest)
	{
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	  for (i = 0 ; i < nargs; i++, args++)
	    PUSH (*args);
	  if (nargs < mandatory)
	    /* Too few arguments.  */
	    Fsignal (Qwrong_number_of_arguments,
		     Fcons (Fcons (make_number (mandatory),
				   rest ? Qand_rest : make_number (nonrest)),
			    Fcons (make_number (nargs), Qnil)));
	  else
	    {
	      for (; i < nonrest; i++)
		PUSH (Qnil);
	      if (rest)
		PUSH (Qnil);
	    }
	}
      else if (rest)
	{
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	  for (i = 0 ; i < nonrest; i++, args++)
	    PUSH (*args);
	  PUSH (Flist (nargs - nonrest, args));
	}
      else
	/* Too many arguments.  */
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	Fsignal (Qwrong_number_of_arguments,
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		 Fcons (Fcons (make_number (mandatory),
			       make_number (nonrest)),
			Fcons (make_number (nargs), Qnil)));
    }
  else if (! NILP (args_template))
    /* We should push some arguments on the stack.  */
    {
      error ("Unknown args template!");
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    }

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  while (1)
    {
#ifdef BYTE_CODE_SAFE
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      if (top > stacke)
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	emacs_abort ();
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      else if (top < stack.bottom - 1)
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	emacs_abort ();
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#endif

#ifdef BYTE_CODE_METER
      prev_op = this_op;
      this_op = op = FETCH;
      METER_CODE (prev_op, op);
#else
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#ifndef BYTE_CODE_THREADED
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      op = FETCH;
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#endif
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#endif

      /* The interpreter can be compiled one of two ways: as an
	 ordinary switch-based interpreter, or as a threaded
	 interpreter.  The threaded interpreter relies on GCC's
	 computed goto extension, so it is not available everywhere.
	 Threading provides a performance boost.  These macros are how
	 we allow the code to be compiled both ways.  */
#ifdef BYTE_CODE_THREADED
      /* The CASE macro introduces an instruction's body.  It is
	 either a label or a case label.  */
#define CASE(OP) insn_ ## OP
      /* NEXT is invoked at the end of an instruction to go to the
	 next instruction.  It is either a computed goto, or a
	 plain break.  */
#define NEXT goto *(targets[op = FETCH])
      /* FIRST is like NEXT, but is only used at the start of the
	 interpreter body.  In the switch-based interpreter it is the
	 switch, so the threaded definition must include a semicolon.  */
#define FIRST NEXT;
      /* Most cases are labeled with the CASE macro, above.
	 CASE_DEFAULT is one exception; it is used if the interpreter
	 being built requires a default case.  The threaded
	 interpreter does not, because the dispatch table is
	 completely filled.  */
#define CASE_DEFAULT
      /* This introduces an instruction that is known to call abort.  */
#define CASE_ABORT CASE (Bstack_ref): CASE (default)
#else
      /* See above for the meaning of the various defines.  */
#define CASE(OP) case OP
#define NEXT break
#define FIRST switch (op)
#define CASE_DEFAULT case 255: default:
#define CASE_ABORT case 0
#endif

#ifdef BYTE_CODE_THREADED

      /* A convenience define that saves us a lot of typing and makes
	 the table clearer.  */
#define LABEL(OP) [OP] = &&insn_ ## OP
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#if 4 < __GNUC__ + (6 <= __GNUC_MINOR__)
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# pragma GCC diagnostic push
# pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Woverride-init"
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#elif defined __clang__
# pragma GCC diagnostic push
# pragma GCC diagnostic ignored "-Winitializer-overrides"
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#endif

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      /* This is the dispatch table for the threaded interpreter.  */
      static const void *const targets[256] =
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	{
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	  [0 ... (Bconstant - 1)] = &&insn_default,
	  [Bconstant ... 255] = &&insn_Bconstant,

#define DEFINE(name, value) LABEL (name) ,
	  BYTE_CODES
#undef DEFINE
	};
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#if 4 < __GNUC__ + (6 <= __GNUC_MINOR__) || defined __clang__
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# pragma GCC diagnostic pop
#endif

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#endif


      FIRST
	{
	CASE (Bvarref7):
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	  op = FETCH2;
	  goto varref;

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	CASE (Bvarref):
	CASE (Bvarref1):
	CASE (Bvarref2):
	CASE (Bvarref3):
	CASE (Bvarref4):
	CASE (Bvarref5):
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	  op = op - Bvarref;
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	  goto varref;

	/* This seems to be the most frequently executed byte-code
	   among the Bvarref's, so avoid a goto here.  */
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	CASE (Bvarref6):
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	  op = FETCH;
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	varref:
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1, v2;

	    v1 = vectorp[op];
	    if (SYMBOLP (v1))
	      {
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		if (XSYMBOL (v1)->redirect != SYMBOL_PLAINVAL
		    || (v2 = SYMBOL_VAL (XSYMBOL (v1)),
			EQ (v2, Qunbound)))
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		  {
		    BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
		    v2 = Fsymbol_value (v1);
		    AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
		  }
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	      }
	    else
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	      {
		BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
		v2 = Fsymbol_value (v1);
		AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
	      }
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	    PUSH (v2);
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	    NEXT;
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	  }

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	CASE (Bgotoifnil):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    MAYBE_GC ();
	    op = FETCH2;
	    v1 = POP;
	    if (NILP (v1))
	      {
		BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
		CHECK_RANGE (op);
		stack.pc = stack.byte_string_start + op;
	      }
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	    NEXT;
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	  }
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	CASE (Bcar):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    v1 = TOP;
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	    if (CONSP (v1))
	      TOP = XCAR (v1);
	    else if (NILP (v1))
	      TOP = Qnil;
	    else
	      {
		BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
		wrong_type_argument (Qlistp, v1);
	      }
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	    NEXT;
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	  }

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	CASE (Beq):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    v1 = POP;
	    TOP = EQ (v1, TOP) ? Qt : Qnil;
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	    NEXT;
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	  }

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	CASE (Bmemq):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
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	    BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	    v1 = POP;
	    TOP = Fmemq (TOP, v1);
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	    NEXT;
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	  }

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	CASE (Bcdr):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    v1 = TOP;
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	    if (CONSP (v1))
	      TOP = XCDR (v1);
	    else if (NILP (v1))
	      TOP = Qnil;
	    else
	      {
		BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
		wrong_type_argument (Qlistp, v1);
	      }
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	    NEXT;
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	  }
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	CASE (Bvarset):
	CASE (Bvarset1):
	CASE (Bvarset2):
	CASE (Bvarset3):
	CASE (Bvarset4):
	CASE (Bvarset5):
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	  op -= Bvarset;
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	  goto varset;

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	CASE (Bvarset7):
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	  op = FETCH2;
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	  goto varset;

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	CASE (Bvarset6):
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	  op = FETCH;
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	varset:
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object sym, val;
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	    /* Inline the most common case.  */
	    if (SYMBOLP (sym)
		&& !EQ (val, Qunbound)
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		&& !SYMBOL_CONSTANT_P (sym))
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		BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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		AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
	      }
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	  }
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	  (void) POP;
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Bdup):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    v1 = TOP;
	    PUSH (v1);
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	    NEXT;
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	  }

	/* ------------------ */

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	CASE (Bvarbind6):
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	  op = FETCH;
	  goto varbind;

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	CASE (Bvarbind7):
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	  op = FETCH2;
	  goto varbind;

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	CASE (Bvarbind):
	CASE (Bvarbind1):
	CASE (Bvarbind2):
	CASE (Bvarbind3):
	CASE (Bvarbind4):
	CASE (Bvarbind5):
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	  op -= Bvarbind;
	varbind:
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	  /* Specbind can signal and thus GC.  */
	  BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	  specbind (vectorp[op], POP);
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	  AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Bcall6):
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	  op = FETCH;
	  goto docall;

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	CASE (Bcall7):
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	  op = FETCH2;
	  goto docall;

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	CASE (Bcall):
	CASE (Bcall1):
	CASE (Bcall2):
	CASE (Bcall3):
	CASE (Bcall4):
	CASE (Bcall5):
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	  op -= Bcall;
	docall:
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	  {
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	    if (byte_metering_on && SYMBOLP (TOP))
	      {
		Lisp_Object v1, v2;

		v1 = TOP;
		v2 = Fget (v1, Qbyte_code_meter);
		if (INTEGERP (v2)
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		  {
		    XSETINT (v2, XINT (v2) + 1);
		    Fput (v1, Qbyte_code_meter, v2);
		  }
	      }
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	    TOP = Ffuncall (op + 1, &TOP);
	    AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	    NEXT;
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	CASE (Bunbind6):
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	  op = FETCH;
	  goto dounbind;

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	CASE (Bunbind7):
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	  op = FETCH2;
	  goto dounbind;

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	CASE (Bunbind):
	CASE (Bunbind1):
	CASE (Bunbind2):
	CASE (Bunbind3):
	CASE (Bunbind4):
	CASE (Bunbind5):
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	  op -= Bunbind;
	dounbind:
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	  BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	  unbind_to (SPECPDL_INDEX () - op, Qnil);
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	  AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Bunbind_all):	/* Obsolete.  Never used.  */
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	  /* To unbind back to the beginning of this frame.  Not used yet,
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	  BEFORE_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	  unbind_to (count, Qnil);
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	  AFTER_POTENTIAL_GC ();
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Bgoto):
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	  MAYBE_GC ();
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	  BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
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	  op = FETCH2;    /* pc = FETCH2 loses since FETCH2 contains pc++ */
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	  CHECK_RANGE (op);
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	  stack.pc = stack.byte_string_start + op;
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Bgotoifnonnil):
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    MAYBE_GC ();
	    op = FETCH2;
	    v1 = POP;
	    if (!NILP (v1))
	      {
		BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
		CHECK_RANGE (op);
		stack.pc = stack.byte_string_start + op;
	      }
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	    NEXT;
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	CASE (Bgotoifnilelsepop):
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	  MAYBE_GC ();
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	  op = FETCH2;
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	  if (NILP (TOP))
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	    {
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	      BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
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	      stack.pc = stack.byte_string_start + op;
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Bgotoifnonnilelsepop):
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	  MAYBE_GC ();
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	  op = FETCH2;
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	  if (!NILP (TOP))
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	    {
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	      BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
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	      stack.pc = stack.byte_string_start + op;
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	CASE (BRgoto):
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	  MAYBE_GC ();
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	  BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
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	  stack.pc += (int) *stack.pc - 127;
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    MAYBE_GC ();
	    v1 = POP;
	    if (NILP (v1))
	      {
		BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
		stack.pc += (int) *stack.pc - 128;
	      }
	    stack.pc++;
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	  {
	    Lisp_Object v1;
	    MAYBE_GC ();
	    v1 = POP;
	    if (!NILP (v1))
	      {
		BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
		stack.pc += (int) *stack.pc - 128;
	      }
	    stack.pc++;
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	    {
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	  else DISCARD (1);
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	CASE (BRgotoifnonnilelsepop):
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	  MAYBE_GC ();
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	  op = *stack.pc++;
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	  if (!NILP (TOP))
	    {
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	      BYTE_CODE_QUIT;
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	      stack.pc += op - 128;
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	    }
	  else DISCARD (1);
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	  NEXT;
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	CASE (Breturn):
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	  goto exit;

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