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Usage: %s [option(s)] [addr(s)]
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Located in addr2line.c:87
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Convert addresses into line number/file name pairs.
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Located in addr2line.c:88
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If no addresses are specified on the command line, they will be read from stdin
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Located in addr2line.c:89
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The options are:
@<file> Read options from <file>
-a --addresses Show addresses
-b --target=<bfdname> Set the binary file format
-e --exe=<executable> Set the input file name (default is a.out)
-i --inlines Unwind inlined functions
-j --section=<name> Read section-relative offsets instead of addresses
-p --pretty-print Make the output easier to read for humans
-s --basenames Strip directory names
-f --functions Show function names
-C --demangle[=style] Demangle function names
-h --help Display this information
-v --version Display the program's version

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Located in addr2line.c:83
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Report bugs to %s
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Located in addr2line.c:109 ar.c:349 ar.c:386 coffdump.c:473 dlltool.c:3989 dllwrap.c:518 elfedit.c:909 objcopy.c:691 objcopy.c:745 readelf.c:4554 size.c:109 srconv.c:1706 strings.c:727 sysdump.c:648 windmc.c:227 windres.c:688
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at
Note for translators:  This printf is used to join the
function name just printed above to the line number/
file name pair that is about to be printed below.  Eg:

foo at 123:bar.c
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Located in addr2line.c:313
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(inlined by)
Note for translators: This printf is used to join the
line number/file name pair that has just been printed with
the line number/file name pair that is going to be printed
by the next iteration of the while loop.  Eg:

123:bar.c (inlined by) 456:main.c
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Located in addr2line.c:354
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%s: cannot get addresses from archive
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Located in addr2line.c:387
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%s: cannot find section %s
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Located in addr2line.c:404
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unknown demangling style `%s'
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Located in addr2line.c:475 nm.c:1738 objdump.c:5092
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