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Using a Listing to View Decorated Names
Visual Studio .NET 2003
To get the decorated form of a function using a compiler listing, do the following:
- Generate a listing by compiling the source file that contains the function definition or prototype with the Listing File Type (/FA[c|s]) compiler option set to one of the following three choices: Assembly with Machine Code (/FAc); Assembly with Source Code (/FAs); Assembly, Machine Code, and Source (/FAcs).
- Find the line that contains the undecorated function definition in the resulting listing.
- Examine the previous line. The label for the PROC NEAR command is the decorated form of the function name.