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Using a Listing to View Decorated Names

To get the decorated form of a function using a compiler listing, do the following:

  1. 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).

  2. Find the line that contains the undecorated function definition in the resulting listing.

  3. Examine the previous line. The label for the PROC NEAR command is the decorated form of the function name.

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