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Hello; Can anyone tell me what ENTRY(ret_from_intr) is? Is it a function, a macro or is it something completly different? The table entry.S has a number of entries like this ...
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    Hello;
    Can anyone tell me what ENTRY(ret_from_intr) is? Is it a function, a macro or is it something completly different? The table entry.S has a number of entries like this and I have not been able to find what an ENTRY() is...Thanks

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    This ENTRY() is a macro. It makes up beginning code of a procedure in assembly language

    Code:
    #define ENTRY(name)	\
    	.align 32;	\
    	.proc name;	\
    name:

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