When gdb is debugging the PowerPC architecture, it provides a set of
pseudo-registers to enable inspection of 128-bit wide Decimal Floating Point
numbers stored in the floating point registers. These values must be stored
in two consecutive registers, always starting at an even register like
The pseudo-registers go from
$dl15, and are formed
by joining the even/odd register pairs
$dl1 and so on.
For POWER7 processors, gdb provides a set of pseudo-registers, the 64-bit wide Extended Floating Point Registers (f32 through f63).