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       objdump86, size86, nm86 - Examine object, archive or executable files


       objdump86 [file...]

       size86 [file...]

       nm86 [file...]


       These  commands are used to examine the contents of object files. They may also be used to
       examine archive or executable files. When archive files are examined each  module  in  the
       archive will be processed in sequence.

       nm86 prints the symbol table in each of the specified files.

       size86 displays a summary of the sizes of the segments in each of the files.

       objdump86  decodes  and displays the contents of the object files specified. This includes
       the section headers, symbols tables, segment sizes, and segment contents.


       The programs are not designed to accept any options.

       It should be noted that all three of objdump86, size86, and nm86 are implemented as  links
       to  the  same executable file (called objdump86 in the source distribution). The result of
       running this executable is determined by the file name actually used to execute it.

       It is possible to force a specific behavior irrespective of the invocation file name using
       one of the options below

       -s     Behave like size86.

       -n     Behave like nm86.


       These commands are intended for use only with the Dev86/ELKS toolchain.


       as86(1), bcc(1), ld86(1)


       objdump86, size86, and nm86 © 1999 Greg Haerr <>.


       The   manual   page   was   written   for   Debian   GNU/Linux,   ©  2006  Shyamal  Prasad
       <>. It is distributed under the terms  of  the  GNU  General  Public
       License version 2 (or any later version released by the Free Software Foundation).

                                            May, 2006                                objdump86(1)