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code_seg

Specifies the segment where functions are stored in the .obj file.


#pragma code_seg( [ [ { push | pop}, ] [ identifier, ] ] [ "segment-name" [, "segment-class" ] )

OBJ files can be viewed with the dumpbin application. The default segment in the .obj file for functions is .text.

code_seg with no parameters resets the segment to .text.

push(optional)

Puts a record on the internal compiler stack. A push can have an identifier and segment-name.

pop (optional)

Removes a record from the top of the internal compiler stack.

identifier (optional)

When used with push, assigns a name to the record on the internal compiler stack. When used with pop, pops records off the internal stack until identifier is removed; if identifier is not found on the internal stack, nothing is popped.

identifier enables multiple records to be popped with a single pop command.

"segment-name"(optional)

The name of a segment. When used with pop, the stack is popped and segment-name becomes the active segment name.

"segment-class" (optional)

Included for compatibility with C++ prior to version 2.0. It is ignored.

// pragma_directive_code_seg.cpp
void func1() {                  // stored in .text
}

#pragma code_seg(".my_data1")
void func2() {                  // stored in my_data1
}

#pragma code_seg(push, r1, ".my_data2")
void func3() {                  // stored in my_data2
}

#pragma code_seg(pop, r1)      // stored in my_data1
void func4() {
}

int main() {
}

See /SECTION for a list of names you should not use when creating a section.

You can also specify sections for initialized data (data_seg), uninitialized data (bss_seg), and const variables (const_seg).

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