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Re: Re: obj dump

by virtualsue (Vicar)
on Sep 24, 2001 at 16:40 UTC ( #114299=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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OK. Did you really mean to use -s¹ in the shebang line, or did you mean -w? There are a lot of regular expressions in your program, but no comments and every single variable name is composed of a single character. It looks like it fell out of a 1970s Fortran/Basic timewarp. The indenting is reasonable. Marks out of 10: 3 (provisional, based on the assumption that you meant to run with warnings enabled).

¹From the Perl 5 Pocket Reference:

-s   Interprets -xxx on the command line as a switch and sets the corresponding variable $xxx in the script to 1. If the switch is of the form -xxx=yyy the $xxx variable is set to yyy.

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Re: Re: Re: obj dump
by tommyw (Hermit) on Sep 24, 2001 at 17:25 UTC
    -s is the right switch: you'll note that there are references (but no assignments to) $d,$g, $p and $matchstr? These are supposed to be set via the command line, and the -s switch. As in: objdump -matchstr=freddy li < input That's just an example, btw. I haven't figured out what the blasted thing does (except machstr is not optional, and should be a regexp capturing three components).

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