[llvm-dev] What should a truncating store do?
Friedman, Eli via llvm-dev
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Fri Sep 15 10:55:14 PDT 2017
On 9/15/2017 5:49 AM, Jon Chesterfield via llvm-dev wrote:
> For example, truncating store of an i32 to i6. My assumption was that
> this should write the low six bits of the i32 to somewhere in memory.
> Should the top 24 bits of a corresponding 32 bit region of memory be
> unchanged, zero, undefined?
> Should the two bits that would round the i6 up to a byte be preserved,
> zero, undefined?
Zero. Legalization will normally handle this for you, though, by
transforming it to an i8 store.
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