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Fe

Specifies the name for a built program or dynamic-link library.

Syntax

Linux:
None
Windows:
/Fe
[
[:]
filename
|
dir
]
Arguments
filename
Is the name for the built program or dynamic-link library.
dir
Is the directory where the built program or dynamic-link library should be placed. It can include
file
.
Default
OFF
The name of the file is the name of the first source file on the command line with file extension
.exe
, so
file.f
becomes
file.exe
.
Description
This option specifies the name for a built program (
.EXE
) or a dynamic-link library (
.DLL
).
You can use this option to specify an alternate name for an executable file. This is especially useful when compiling and linking a set of input files. You can use the option to give the resulting file a name other than that of the first input file (source or object) on the command line.
IDE Equivalent
None
Alternate Options
Linux:
-o
Windows: None
Example
In the following example, the command produces an executable file named outfile.exe as a result of compiling and linking three files: one object file and two C++ source files.
prompt> icx /Feoutfile.exe file1.obj file2.cpp file3.cpp ! specific to C++
prompt> dpcpp /Feoutfile.exe file1.obj file2.cpp file3.cpp ! specific to DPC++
By default, this command produces an executable file named file1.exe.

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