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masm

Tells the compiler to generate the assembler output file using a selected dialect.

Syntax

Linux:
-masm
=
dialect
macOS:
None
Windows:
None
Arguments
dialect
Is the dialect to use for the assembler output file. Possible values are:
att
Tells the compiler to generate the assembler output file using AT&T* syntax.
intel
Tells the compiler to generate the assembler output file using Intel syntax.
Default
-masm=att
The compiler generates the assembler output file using AT&T* syntax.
Description
This option tells the compiler to generate the assembler output file using a selected dialect.
Alternate Options
None

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