A basic block in the C/C++ control-flow graph.
A basic block is a simple sequence of control-flow nodes, connected to each other and nothing else:
A - B - C - D ABCD is a basic block
Any incoming or outgoing edges break the block into two:
A - B > C - D AB is a basic block and CD is a basic block (C has two incoming edges) A - B < C - D AB is a basic block and CD is a basic block (B has two outgoing edges)
Holds if this element is at the specified location. The location spans column
Holds if this basic block is in a loop of the control-flow graph. This includes loops created by
DEPRECATED since version 1.11: this predicate does not match the standard definition of loop header.
Holds if control flow may reach this basic block from a function entry point or any handler of a reachable
Gets the number of