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ODUMP(1)							      ODUMP(1)

NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     odump - dumps selected parts of an	object file

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     odump [-acfghilorstzFGPRLVDDsDiDcDlDrDtDgDh] file1	... fileN

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     The odump command dumps selected parts of each object file.  It works on
     object files in either COFF or Elf	formats.  But users are	recommended to
     use elfdump(1) for	Elf objects because it is better supported.

     This command works	for object files and archives of object	files.	It
     accepts one or more of these options:

	  -a	     Dumps the archive header for each member of the specified
		     archive file.

	  -c	     Dumps the string table.

	  -f	     Dumps each	file header.

	  -g	     Dumps the global symbols from the symbol table of a MIPS

	  -h	     Dumps section headers.

	  -i	     Dumps the symbolic	information header.

	  -l	     Dumps line	number information.

	  -o	     Dumps each	optional header.

	  -s	     Dumps section contents.

	  -r	     Dumps relocation information.

	  -t	     Dumps symbol table	entries.

	  -zname     Dumps line	number entries for the specified function

	  -D	     Dumps contents of .dynamic	section.

	  -Ds	     Dumps contents of .dynstr section.

	  -Di	     Dumps contents of .reginfo	section.

	  -Dc	     Dumps contents of .conflict section.

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	  -Dl	     Dumps contents of .liblist	section.

	  -Dr	     Dumps contents of .rel.dyn	section.

	  -Dt	     Dumps contents of .dynsym section.

	  -Dg	     Dumps contents of .got section.

	  -Dh	     Dumps contents of .hash section.

	  -dc	     Dumps delta c++ class definitions.

	  -di	     Dumps delta c++ class instances.

	  -ds	     Dumps delta c++ delta symbols.

	  -L	     Interpret and print the contents of the .lib sections.

	  -F	     Dumps the file descriptor table.

	  -G	     Dumps the "-G n" histogram	table.

	  -P	     Dumps the procedure descriptor table.

	  -R	     Dumps the relative	file index table.

	  -V	     Dumps the version information.

     The odump command accepts these modifiers with the	options:

	  -dnumber   Dumps the section number or a range of sections starting
		     at	number and ending either at the	last section number or
		     the number	you specify with +d.

	  +dnumber   Dumps sections in the range beginning with	the first
		     section or	beginning with the section you specify with

	  -nname     Dumps information only about the specified	name.  This
		     modifier works with -h, -s, -r, -l, and -t.

	  -p	     Does not print headers

	  -tindex    Dumps only	the indexed symbol table entry.	You can	also
		     specify a range of	symbol table entries by	using the
		     modifier -t with the +t option.

	  +tindex    Dumps the symbol table entries in the specified range.
		     The range begins at the first symbol table	entry or at
		     the entry specified by -t.	The range ends with the

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		     specified indexed entry.

	  -u	     Underlines	the name of the	file for emphasis.

	  -v	     Dumps information symbolically rather than	numerically
		     (for example, Static rather than 0X02 ).  You can use -v
		     with all the options except -s

		     Dumps the specified line number entry or a	range of line
		     numbers.  The range starts	at the number for the named

	  +znumber   Dumps line	numbers	for a specified	range.	The range
		     starts at either the name or number specified by -z The
		     range ends	with the number	specified by +z.

     Optionally, an option and its modifier can	be separated by	using blanks.
     The name can be separated from the	number that modifies -z	by replacing
     the comma with a blank.

     The odump command tries to	format information in a	helpful	way, printing
     information in character, hexadecimal, octal, or decimal, as appropriate.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

     a.out(4), ar(4).

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