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NAME

       jcf-dump - print information about Java class files

SYNOPSIS

       jcf-dump [-c] [--javap]
           [--classpath=path] [--CLASSPATH=path]
           [-Idir...] [-o file]
           [--version] [--help] [-v] [--verbose]
           classname...

DESCRIPTION

       This is a class file examiner, similar to "javap".  It will print information about a
       number of classes, which are specified by class name or file name.

OPTIONS

       -c  Disassemble method bodies.  By default method bodies are not printed.

       --print-constants
           Print the constant pool.  When printing a reference to a constant also print its index
           in the constant pool.

       --javap
           Generate output in "javap" format.  The implementation of this feature is very
           incomplete.

       --classpath=path
       --CLASSPATH=path
       -Idirectory
       -o file
           These options as the same as the corresponding gcj options.

       --help
           Print help, then exit.

       --version
           Print version number, then exit.

       -v, --verbose
           Print extra information while running.  Implies "--print-constants".

SEE ALSO

       gcc(1), gcj(1), gcjh(1), gij(1), jcf-dump(1), gfdl(7), and the Info entries for gcj and
       gcc.

COPYRIGHT

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       included in the man page gfdl(7).

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            A GNU Manual

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