When compiling a C program (by Borland c++ ver 3.0), using the option -S, I get an asm file which includes several lines similar to the following:
?debug C E94B79902E064B4B2E435050
I know that it is for the debugger but what is its exact meaning ? I would like to get a profound explanation.
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