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Dear all,

I am conducting a research on bitwidth analysis for optimizing lengthy programs in terms of power. I am having a hardtime in actual bit wise usage monitoring of registers for different programs. please let me know if there is any tool which can monitor the bit usage of each register in a processor. Note that this is not about register usage but bit wise register usage. Thanks in advance.