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How to recognize the binary file is in Release mode or in Debug modefrom the core file.

Problem Statement:

Is there any way to recognize the binary file is in Release mode or in
Debug mode from the core file ::

Details ::

I have core file with me, & wan't to know the mode of binary(Release
mode or in Debug mode) file from which the core is generated.

Thanks in Advance.

Thanks & Regards,
Prajakta
Jan 3 '08 #1
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pr*********@gmail.com wrote:
Problem Statement:

Is there any way to recognize the binary file is in Release mode or in
Debug mode from the core file ::

Details ::

I have core file with me, & wan't to know the mode of binary(Release
mode or in Debug mode) file from which the core is generated.
What is your question about C?
Jan 3 '08 #2
pr*********@gmail.com wrote:
>
Is there any way to recognize the binary file is in Release mode
or in Debug mode from the core file ::

Details ::

I have core file with me, & wan't to know the mode of binary(Release
mode or in Debug mode) file from which the core is generated.
There are no such things in the standard C language, and thus this
is off-topic in c.l.c. Talk to your compiler supplier.

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Jan 3 '08 #3
On Jan 3, 9:33 am, Mark Bluemel <mark_blue...@pobox.comwrote:
prajakta...@gmail.com wrote:
Problem Statement:
Is there any way to recognize the binary file is in Release mode or in
Debug mode from the core file ::
Details ::
I have core file with me, & wan't to know the mode of binary(Release
mode or in Debug mode) file from which the core is generated.

What is your question about C?
That's compiler- and architecture-dependent. AFAIK, debug symbols are
*not* part of C89/90 or C99,
and therefore, your question is off-topic. Please post to the group
that corresponds to your compiler and not in comp.lang.c.
Jan 3 '08 #4

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