|Dead code elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Boswell) (1991-10-26)|
|re: Dead code elimination email@example.com (Chuck Lins) (1991-10-28)|
|Re: Dead code elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-10-29)|
|Re: Dead code elimination email@example.com (1991-11-01)|
|Re: Dead code elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-11-05)|
|Re: Dead code elimination email@example.com (1991-11-05)|
|Re: Dead code elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-11-05)|
|Re: Dead code elimination email@example.com (1991-11-06)|
|Re: Dead Code Elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-11-07)|
|dead code elimination email@example.com (1991-11-26)|
|dead code elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-03-23)|
|From:||email@example.com (David DiGiacomo)|
|Date:||Tue, 5 Nov 91 19:08:57 -0800|
In article 91-11-007 firstname.lastname@example.org (Clyde
>I'd still like to know why a simple printf("Hello world\n"); when compiled
>with cc -n on my Sun produces a 94K program! No wonder they had to
>implement dynamic linking! And that 94K includes over 40K code AND over
>40K data! Does anyone have any idea what it is all for?
Table driven base conversion routines! A pet project of one very
intelligent, very talented person at Sun... whose priorities probably
don't coincide with those of the typical programmer.
P.S. SunOS nm -s is very handy, too bad more vendors don't provide it.
David DiGiacomo, MIPS Computer Systems, Sunnyvale, CA email@example.com
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