nm(1)                 GNU Development Tools                 nm(1)

       nm - list symbols from object files.

       nm     [-a|--debug-syms] [-g|--extern-only] [-B]
              [-C|--demangle] [-D|--dynamic] [-s|--print-armap]
              [-o|--print-file-name] [-n|--numeric-sort]
              [-p|--no-sort] [-r|--reverse-sort] [--size-sort]
              [-u|--undefined-only] [-l|--line-numbers] [--help]
              [--version] [-t radix|--radix=radix]
              [-P|--portability] [-f format|--format=format]
              [--target=bfdname] [objfile...]

       GNU nm lists the symbols from object files objfile.  If no
       object files are given as arguments, nm assumes `a.out'.

       The  long and short forms of options, shown here as alter-
       natives, are equivalent.



              Precede each symbol by the name of the  input  file
              where it was found, rather than identifying the in-
              put file once only before all of its symbols.


              Display debugger-only symbols; normally  these  are
              not listed.

       -B     The  same  as  --format=bsd (for compatibility with
              the MIPS nm).


              Decode (demangle) low-level symbol names into user-
              level  names.   Besides removing any initial under-
              score prepended by the system, this makes C++ func-
              tion names readable.


              Display  the dynamic symbols rather than the normal
              symbols.  This is only meaningful for  dynamic  ob-
              jects, such as certain types of shared libraries.

       -f format
              Use the output format format, which can be ``bsd'',
              ``sysv'', or ``posix''.  The  default  is  ``bsd''.
              Only  the first character of format is significant;
              it can be either upper or lower case.


              Display only external symbols.



              Sort symbols numerically by  their  addresses,  not
              alphabetically by their names.


              Don't bother to sort the symbols in any order; just
              print them in the order encountered.


              Use the POSIX.2 standard output format  instead  of
              the default format.  Equivalent to ``-f posix''.


              When  listing symbols from archive members, include
              the index: a mapping (stored in the archive  by  ar
              or  ranlib) of what modules contain definitions for
              what names.


              Reverse the sense of the sort (whether  numeric  or
              alphabetic); let the last come first.

              Sort  symbols by size.  The size is computed as the
              difference between the value of the symbol and  the
              value  of  the  symbol  with the next higher value.
              The size of the symbol is printed, rather than  the

       -t radix

              Use radix as the radix for printing the symbol val-
              ues.  It must be ``d'' for decimal, ``o''  for  oc-
              tal, or ``x'' for hexadecimal.

              Specify  an object code format other than your sys-
              tem's default format.  See objdump(1), for informa-
              tion on listing available formats.


              Display  only  undefined symbols (those external to
              each object file).


              For each symbol, use debugging information  to  try
              to  find a filename and line number.  For a defined
              symbol, look for the line number of the address  of
              the  symbol.  For an undefined symbol, look for the
              line number of a relocation entry which  refers  to
              the  symbol.   If  line  number  information can be
              found, print it after the other symbol information.


              Show the version number of nm and exit.

       --help Show a summary of the options to nm and exit.

       `binutils' entry in info; The GNU Binary Utilities, Roland
       H. Pesch (October 1991); ar(1), objdump(1), ranlib(1).

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