When registering interrupts the driver must provide the system with an interrupt number. This interrupt number identifies the interrupt specification (with bus-specific interrupt information) for which the driver is registering a handler. Most devices have one interrupt--interrupt number equals zero. However, there are devices that have different interrupts for different events. A communications controller may have one interrupt for receive ready and one for transmit ready. The device driver normally knows how many interrupts the device has, but if the driver has to support several variations of a controller, it can call ddi_dev_nintrs(9F) to find out the number of device interrupts. For a device with n interrupts, the interrupt numbers range from 0 to n-1.