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> You are wrong.
Ummm, I disagree. Read on.
I posted earlier:
> One hint: floating point registers.
> They are usually 64bits and therefore applications that make
> heavy use of floating point variables/registers directly
> benefit from a 64bit binary.
Note "that make heavy use of floating point variables/registers directly"
Maybe not the best wording; maybe I should've said
"that often directly use floating point registers"
"that often load/store floating point registers"
Your examples are brilliant, as they show exactly what I wanted to express.