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With the level of control that we have at the assembly language level, there are several ways of passing parameters. For example, languages like FORTRAN make use of parameters that are stored in the code immediately following the call instruction. This is very efficient, but does not permit recursion, and is impossible if the code is in a read-only area of memory. The approach encouraged by the SPARC architecture is to use registers.

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