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The easiest way I’ve found to verify the size of a C structure compiled by GCC is to create a short GCC program that sets a global variable to the size of the struct and creates an array of pointers to each of the fields of the structure. The following code gives a quick example of this: struct mystruct { int a; char b; short c; long d; char e; int f; }; struct mystruct f; unsigned long mystructsize = sizeof( struct mystruct ); void *i[] = { 17. Strictly speaking, this isn’t completely true. Gcc aligns fields that are structures on a boundary compatible with it’s largest object and it aligns arrays on boundaries compatible with an array element.

Generally, you’ll just turn on or off debugging for the whole source file with a single assignment to KNDEBUG. However, if you’re getting too much debugging output, you can select which sections of your code have active debug sections by using statements like the above. We’ll take a look at the kdebug macro first, since it’s the simplest of the two macros to understand. The whole purpose of this macro is to let you insert debugging code into your source file that you can easily remove for production code (but leave in the source file so you can reactivate it later if further debugging is necessary).

First of all, you can use the "-sym" command line option to tell HLA to generate a symbol table dump after compilation. The symbol table dump displays the offsets of the record fields along with the record’s total size. This works great when you can isolate the record (or the record and a few other data types) into a single HLA compilation unit. hhf) and/or have many symbol declarations in the file you’re compiling, dumping the symbol table is not a good idea because it’s just too much information to view all at once18.

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