Interlanguage Calls - Stack Floor
The stack floor is a system-defined address below which the stack cannot grow.
Other system invariants related to the stack must be maintained by all compilers and
- No data is saved or accessed from an address lower than the stack floor.
- The stack pointer is always valid. When the stack frame size is more than 32767 bytes,
take care to ensure that its value is changed in a single instruction, so that there is no
timing window in which a signal handler would either overlay the stack data or erroneously
appear to overflow the stack segment.
Interlanguage Calling Conventions
Corresponding Data Types
Use the Subroutine Linkage Conventions in Interlanguage Calls
Sample Program: C Calling Fortran