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4.5 ignore option (-I)

This is the “procedure name to be ignored” option.

This option has some usage constraints. It:

Some code has macros defined that confuse the lexical analysis. This will cause them to be ignored. Other ways to cause functions to be ignored are:

  1. Use K&R syntax for a procedure header.
  2. Use a preprocessing macro to assemble the procedure header.
  3. Simplify your code.

Generally speaking, anything you do that alters normal C syntax will confuse the lexical analysis. If a procedure is not seen, then it will not get counted. If code within a procedure is incomprehensible, you will likely get inappropriate results.

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