An operand that consumes a memory result (e.g. the
LoadOperand on a
Returns the operand that holds the memory address from which the current operand loads its value, if any. For example, in
Gets the kind of memory access performed by the operand.
Holds if the value consumed by this operand is a glvalue. If this holds, the value of the operand represents the address of a location, and the type of the location is given by
Gets the overlap relationship between the operand’s definition and its use.
Gets a prefix to use when dumping the operand in an operand list.
Get the order in which the operand should be sorted in the operand list.
Gets a string describing this operand, suitable for display in IR dumps. This consists of the result ID of the instruction consumed by the operand, plus a label identifying the operand kind.
Gets the size of the value consumed by this operand, in bytes. If the operand does not have a known constant size, this predicate does not hold.
Gets the type of the value consumed by this operand. This is usually the same as the result type of the definition instruction consumed by this operand. For register operands, this is always the case. For some memory operands, the operand type may be different from the definition type, such as in the case of a partial read or a read from a pointer that has been cast to a different type.
DEPRECATED: renamed to
Holds if the result of the definition instruction does not exactly overlap this use.