Intel® C++ Compiler

Using Compiler Options

A compiler option is a case-sensitive, command-line expression used to change the compiler's default operation. Compiler options are not required to compile your program, but they are extremely useful in helping you control different aspects of your application, such as:

Specifying Object Files

You can use the /Fo option (Windows* OS) or -c and -o options (Linux* OS and OS X*) to specify an alternate name for an object file. In this example, the compiler generates an object file name myobj.obj (Windows* OS) or myobj.o (Linux* OS and OS X*).

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