dis - Disassemble an object file
dis [-V] [-h] [-d] [-S] [-Idirectory] [-p procedure] [-s section-name]
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-V Displays the version of the dis command.
-h Prints general register names instead of software register names.
-d Generates output suitable for comparing with diff(1). The source
address and binary instruction data are omitted.
-S Causes the source code to be listed. Otherwise, only instructions are
Specifies a path to be prefixed to the name of the source file when
attempting to locate the source file for use with the -S option.
Disassembles only the specified procedure from the object file.
Specifies the section to be disassembled. If -s is not specified, the
.text section is disassembled.
The dis command disassembles object files into machine instructions. Please
note that assembler code and machine code can differ on this machine. A
file can be an object or an archive.
The dis utility is marked LEGACY in XCU Issue 5.
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