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This program will take a Microsoft .OBJ file, and display its contents broken up into the various records and structures.
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This program will take a Microsoft .OBJ file, and display its contents broken up into the various records and structures.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
SCAN.DOC 3272 1288 deflated
SCAN.EXE 48194 30981 deflated

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Contents of the SCAN.DOC file



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An object module dumper

Version 2.21


Written by Andre Asselin
Last revised 4/21/90

Copyright 1990 by Andre Asselin, all rights reserved.

You are encouraged to freely distribute this program, providing its
distributed in its entirety. If you find it useful, I would greatly
appreciate a $10 donation.


Addresses:
CompuServe: 73765,673
GEnie: A.ASSELIN
US Mail: Andre Asselin
99 Cutler St.
Warren, RI 02885


PURPOSE:

This program will take a Microsoft .OBJ file, and display its contents
broken up into the various records and structures. I have implemented
all of the major records, so it does a pretty good job. Its useful
when disassembling any kind of .OBJ file, including libraries, because
it gives you all of the symbolic names and their locations. Its also
pretty interesting to see what a compiler spits out, and this program
will be able to show you.

SYNTAX:

SCAN file [ file file ... ]
file is the name of the file you want displayed

SCAN will go through and display the first file, then the second, etc.
You needn't supply the .OBJ or .LIB extension. SCAN with no arguments
will display a message with the syntax and a plea for money.

OTHER STUFF:

This program is based on another program called OBJSCN. I converted
that program to QuickBASIC and added a bunch of records and other
stuff to get this version. If you'd like the source code, send me
the $10, a floppy disk, a postage-paid mailer, and a quick note to
remind me what what its for.

If you have any knowledge of other record formats I would be happy
to add them to the next version of the program. Remember, by sharing
this kind of information, everybody benefits, especially end-users.

If you have any questions, comments, or anything else to say (good or
bad), I would appreciate hearing from you. The best way to get in
touch with me is by CompuServe or GEnie, but I will also answer mail.

PERSONAL INFO:

I am an undergraduate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute majoring
in Computer Science, currently finishing my Sophomore year (4/21/90).
I am also a brother of Alpha Sigma Phi, and am interested in
photography, hockey, and cooking.


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