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Loading and Storing on PowerPC

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The previous article in this series introduced assembly language programming using the 64-bit PowerPC instruction set on POWER5 and other processors that use these instructions. This article drills down the specifics of using the 64-bit PowerPC on Linux and UNIX-like operating systems, focusing on data access methods and position-independent code.

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