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Compiler Options

This compiler supports many compiler options you can use in your applications.
In this section, we provide the following:
Clang compiler options are supported for this compiler. We do not document these options, but you can check -help on the command line to see if a particular option is supported. For more information about Clang options, see the Clang documentation.
On Windows, two compilers are available:
dpcpp
and
dpcpp-cl
.
If you want to use Linux-style option syntax, where options start with dash (-), you should continue to use the
dpcpp
compiler.
If you want to use Microsoft Visual C++ (MSVC)-compatible option syntax, where options start with /, you should use the
dpcpp-cl
compiler.
macOS* is not supported for the
icx/icpx
,
dpcpp
, or
dpcpp-cl
compilers. For macOS or Xcode* support, visit the
icc
compiler: Intel® C++ Compiler Classic Developer Guide and Reference.
For details about new functionality, such as new compiler options, see the Release Notes for the product.

Product and Performance Information

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Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.