dis(1)dis(1)NAMEdis - Disassemble an object file
SYNOPSISdis [-V] [-h] [-d] [-S] [-Idirectory] [-p procedure] [-s section-name]
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Displays the version of the dis command. Prints general register names
instead of software register names. Generates output suitable for com‐
paring with diff(1). The source address and binary instruction data
are omitted. Causes the source code to be listed. Otherwise, only
instructions are listed. 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 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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