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V (Windows*)

Places the text string specified into the object file being generated by the compiler.

Syntax

Linux and macOS:
None
Windows:
/V
string
Arguments
string
Is the text string to go into the object file.
Default
OFF
No text string is placed in the object file.
Description
Places the text string specified into the object file (.obj) being generated by the compiler.
This option places the text string specified into the object file (.obj) being generated by the compiler. The string also gets propagated into the executable file.
For example, this option is useful if you want to place the version number or copyright information into the object and executable.
If the string contains a space or tab, the string must be enclosed by double quotation marks ("). A backslash (\) must precede any double quotation marks contained within the string.
Alternate Options
None

Product and Performance Information

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