6.60 Built-in Functions Specific to Particular Target Machines

On some target machines, GCC supports many built-in functions specific to those machines. Generally these generate calls to specific machine instructions, but allow the compiler to schedule those calls.

AArch64 Built-in Functions:   
Alpha Built-in Functions:   
Altera Nios II Built-in Functions:   
ARC Built-in Functions:   
ARC SIMD Built-in Functions:   
ARM iWMMXt Built-in Functions:   
ARM C Language Extensions (ACLE):   
ARM Floating Point Status and Control Intrinsics:   
ARM ARMv8-M Security Extensions:   
AVR Built-in Functions:   
Blackfin Built-in Functions:   
BPF Built-in Functions:   
BPF Kernel Helpers:   
FR-V Built-in Functions:   
MIPS DSP Built-in Functions:   
MIPS Paired-Single Support:   
MIPS Loongson Built-in Functions:   
MIPS SIMD Architecture (MSA) Support:   
Other MIPS Built-in Functions:   
MSP430 Built-in Functions:   
NDS32 Built-in Functions:   
picoChip Built-in Functions:   
Basic PowerPC Built-in Functions:   
PowerPC AltiVec/VSX Built-in Functions:   
PowerPC Hardware Transactional Memory Built-in Functions:   
PowerPC Atomic Memory Operation Functions:   
PowerPC Matrix-Multiply Assist Built-in Functions:   
RX Built-in Functions:   
S/390 System z Built-in Functions:   
SH Built-in Functions:   
SPARC VIS Built-in Functions:   
TI C6X Built-in Functions:   
TILE-Gx Built-in Functions:   
TILEPro Built-in Functions:   
x86 Built-in Functions:   
x86 transactional memory intrinsics:   
x86 control-flow protection intrinsics: