stdump - Dump portions of a file containing symbolic
stdump [options] file
Prints dense numbers. Prints external symbols. Prints
local symbols. Prints procedures. Prints file descriptors.
Dumps auxiliary symbol information in hexadecimal.
(Use in combination with -b or -c to have type information
interpreted.) Prints line numbers. Prints relative file
descriptors. Prints optimization symbols. Specifies
index number of file to be dumped. You can print the
index numbers with the following command: stdump -f file.
You can use -n with any other option to get that option's
portion of the symbolic information for the specified
file. Displays the version of the stdump command.
If none of the options are specified, the dump includes
all of the items associated with the various options.
[Tru64 UNIX] The DEC C++ compiler encodes type information
in function, template, variable, and virtual table
names to enable type-safe linkages. This encoding is
called name mangling. By default, stdump shows the demangled
names only. The following options can be used to
instruct the stdump command to print the mangled name or
both the mangled and demangled names: [Tru64 UNIX] Prints
only the mangled name. [Tru64 UNIX] Prints both the mangled
names and the demangled names.
The stdump tool dumps symbolic information from an object
file, an executable file, or any other file produced by
the compiler that contains symbolic information.
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