Some articles on local register stack, local registers, stack:
... The local register stack provides each subroutine with its own rL local registers, designated by $0 through $(rL − 1) ... Whenever a subroutine is called, a number of local registers is pushed down the stack ... arguments of the called subroutine are left in the remaining local registers ...
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