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Different types of stabs describe the various ways that variables can be allocated: on the stack, globally, in registers, in common blocks, statically, or as arguments to a function.
4.1 Automatic Variables Allocated on the Stack Variables allocated on the stack. 4.2 Global Variables Variables used by more than one source file. 4.3 Register Variables Variables in registers. 4.4 Common Blocks Variables statically allocated together. 4.5 Static Variables Variables local to one source file. 4.6 Fortran Based Variables Fortran pointer based variables. 4.7 Parameters Variables for arguments to functions.
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