A type used to generate optimal 32-bit arithmetic code.

system

int32

The type `int32`

is used to generate optimal 32-bit arithmetic code.

Objects of type `int32`

are generated and can be manipulated using the functions in the INT32 API but the compiler can optimize such source code by eliminating the intermediate `int32`

objects to produce efficient raw 32-bit code.

See the section 28.2.2 Fast 32-bit arithmetic for more information.

int32*

+int32-0+

+int32-1+

int32-1+

int32/=

int32<<

int32-aref

int32-logand

int32-minusp

int32-to-integer

integer-to-int32

make-simple-int32-vector

simple-int32-vector

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