Determines whether aliasing should be assumed in the program.
Maximizes speed across the entire program.
Enables or disables inline expansion of intrinsic functions.
Determines whether the compiler always pops the arguments to each function call as soon as that function returns.
Specifies that aliasing should be assumed within functions.
Places each function in its own COMDAT section.
Determines whether the compiler optimizes tail recursive calls.
Enables read/write string-pooling optimization. This is a deprecated option. The replacement option is /GF.
Enables read-only string-pooling optimization.
Disables inline expansion of standard library or intrinsic functions.