These options enable listing output from the assembler. By itself, `-a' requests high-level, assembly, and symbols listing. You can use other letters to select specific options for the list: `-ah' requests a high-level language listing, `-al' requests an output-program assembly listing, and `-as' requests a symbol table listing. High-level listings require that a compiler debugging option like `-g' be used, and that assembly listings (`-al') be requested also.
Use the `-ac' option to omit false conditionals from a listing. Any lines
which are not assembled because of a false
.ifdef, or any
other conditional), or a true
.if followed by an
.else, will be
omitted from the listing.
Use the `-ad' option to omit debugging directives from the listing.
Once you have specified one of these options, you can further control
listing output and its appearance using the directives
The `-an' option turns off all forms processing.
If you do not request listing output with one of the `-a' options, the
listing-control directives have no effect.
The letters after `-a' may be combined into one option, e.g., `-aln'.
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