OBJDUMP(1) General Commands Manual OBJDUMP(1)
objdump - dump selected parts of a COFF object file
objdump [ option [ modifier ... ] ] filename ...
Available only on Sun 386i systems running a SunOS 4.0.x release or
earlier. Not a SunOS 4.1 release feature.
The objdump command dumps selected parts of each of its object filename
arguments. This command is compatible with System V in all its
options. It will accept both object files and archives of object
objdump command attempts to format the information it dumps in a mean-
ingful way, printing certain information in character, hex, octal or
decimal representation as appropriate.
-a Dump the archive header of each member of each archive file
-g Dump the global symbols in the symbol table of an archive.
-f Dump each file header.
-o Dump each optional header.
-h Dump section headers.
-s Dump section contents.
-r Dump relocation information.
-l Dump line number information.
-t Dump symbol table entries.
-z name Dump line number entries for the named function.
-c Dump the string table.
-L Interpret and print the contents of the .lib sections.
The following modifiers are used in conjunction with the options listed
-d number Dump the section number, number, or the range of sections
starting at number and ending at the number specified by +d.
+d number Dump sections in the range either beginning with first sec-
tion or beginning with section specified by -d.
-n name Dump information pertaining only to the named entity. This
modifier applies to -h, -s, -r, -l, and -t.
-p Suppress printing of the headers.
-t index Dump only the indexed symbol table entry. The -t used in
conjunction with +t, specifies a range of symbol table
+t index Dump the symbol table entries in the range ending with the
indexed entry. The range begins at the first symbol table
entry or at the entry specified by the -t option.
-u Underline the name of the file for emphasis.
-v Dump information in symbolic representation rather than
numeric (e.g., C_STATIC instead of 0X02). This modifier can
be used with all the above options except -s and -o.
-z name number
Dump line number entry or range of line numbers starting at
number for the named function.
+z number Dump line numbers starting at either function name or number
specified by -z, up to number specified by +z.
White space separating an option and its modifier is optional.
19 February 1988 OBJDUMP(1)