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You can write callj to have the assembler or the linker determine the most appropriate form of subroutine call: `call', `bal', or `calls'. If the assembly source contains enough information--a `.leafproc' or `.sysproc' directive defining the operand--then as translates the callj; if not, it simply emits the callj, leaving it for the linker to resolve.

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