SYSTEM V APPLICATION BINARY INTERFACE
The System V Application Binary Interface, or ABI, defines a system interface for compiled application programs. Its purpose is to establish a standard binary interface for application programs on systems that implement the interfaces defined in the System V Interface Definition, Edition 4. This includes systems that M have implemented UnixWareÒ 2.0. This document is a supplement to the generic System V ABI, and it contains information specific to System V implementations built on the Intel386 processor architecture. Together, these two specifications, the generic System V ABI and the Intel386 Architecture System V ABI Supplement (hereafter referred to as the Intel386 ABI), constitute a complete System V Application Binary Interface specification for systems that implement the processor architecture of the Intel386 microprocessors. Note that, because the Intel486 and Pentium processor are compatible members of M the Intel386 architecture, this Intel386 ABI also applies to any system built with the M Intel486 or the Pentium processor chips.
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