When a variable appears in a PRIVATE, FIRSTPRIVATE, LASTPRIVATE, or REDUCTION clause on some block, the variable is made private to the parallel region by redeclaring it in the block. SHARED data, however, is not declared in the threaded code. Instead, it gets its declaration at the routine level. At the machine code level, these shared variables become incoming subroutine call arguments to the threaded entry points (such as ___PADD_6__par_loop0).
In Example 2, the entry point ___PADD_6_par_loop0 has six incoming parameters. The corresponding OpenMP parallel region has four shared variables. First two parameters (parameters 1 and 2) are reserved for the compiler's use, and each of the remaining four parameters corresponds to one shared variable. These four parameters exactly match the last four parameters to __kmpc_fork_call() in the machine code of PADD.
The FIRSTPRIVATE, LASTPRIVATE, and REDUCTION variables also require shared variables to get the values into or out of the parallel region.
Due to the lack of support in debuggers, the correspondence between the shared variables (in their original names) and their contents cannot be seen in the debugger at the threaded entry point level. However, you can still move to the call stack of one of the subroutines and examine the contents of the variables at that level. This technique can be used to examine the contents of shared variables. In Example 2, contents of the shared variables A, B, C, and N can be examined if you move to the call stack of PARALLEL().