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This section provides a more detailed discussion of ftnchek
command-line options. Options and filenames may be interspersed on a
command line. Most options are positional: each option remains in
effect from the point it is
encountered until it is overridden by a later change. Thus for
example, the listing may be suppressed for some files and not for
others. Exceptions are: the -intrinsic, -pointersize,
and -wordsize settings, which cannot be
changed once processing of input files has started;
options, where the action depends only on the value of
the option after the processing of input files is finished;
and the -include setting, which is cumulative.
The option names in the following list are in alphabetical order.
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