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     STRIP(CP)		      XENIX System V		     STRIP(CP)

	  strip - Removes symbols and relocation bits.

	  strip [ -MNSdehrstx ] file ...

	  strip removes the symbol table and relocation bits
	  ordinarily attached to the output of the assembler and link
	  editor.  This is useful for saving space after a program has
	  been debugged.

	  If name is an archive file, strip will remove the local
	  symbols from any a.out format files it finds in the archive.
	  Certain libraries, such as those residing in /lib, have no
	  need for local symbols.  By deleting them, the size of the
	  archive is decreased and link editing performance is

	  There are several options for use with strip:

	  -M	Strip all memory image segments.
	  -N	Strip all non-memory image segments.
	  -S	Strip the segment table only.
	  -h	Strip header and extended header.
	  -e	Strip extended header.
	  -d	Strip data and data relocation.
	  -t	Strip text and text relocation.
	  -r	Strip all relocation except x.out's "short
	  -x	Strip all relocation.
	  -s	Strip symbol table.

	  The effect of strip is the same as use of the -s option of

	  /tmp/stm*  Temporary file

     See Also

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