I do find it interesting (though not terribly surprising) that x86-64 treads more lightly on the stack than x86. My initial inclination is that there are two factors at play: x86-64 should spill a whole heck of a lot less, and x86-64 passes more arguments in registers. Anyone here have any thoughts?
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