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How do i see library symbols list ?

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How do i see library symbols list in windows.
i"m looking for something to replace nm in unix.
and while i"m at it, an elfdump would also help me.
( seeing with what libraries an executable was compiled )
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dumpbin /linkermember:1 SomeLibrary.lib
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Sorry but you will need to clarify that please.
where do i use this dumpbin ?
as a vc++ compiler argument / from dos command line

thanks
hed
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Sorry, I tend to be obscure at times...
dumpbin is a comman-line tool that comes with MSVC.  "/linkermember:1" is the commandline switch you pass to it and "SomeLibrary.lib" is the name of the LIB file.
You can use it manually (as I suggested above) or spawn it from a program using one of numerous methods: _spawnl(), WinExec(), CreateProcess(), ...
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And the autograder hits again!
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