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Save Compiler Information in Your Executable

Linux

To view the information stored in the object file, use the
objdump
command. For example:
objdump -sj comment a.out strings -a a.out | grep comment:

Windows

To view the linker directives stored in string format in the object file, use the
link
command. For example:
link /dump /directives filename.obj
In the output, the
?-comment
linker directive displays the compiler version information. To search your executable for compiler information, use the
findstr
command. For example, to search for any strings that contain the substring "Compiler":
findstr "Compiler" filename.exe

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