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SYMORDER(1)									      SYMORDER(1)

NAME
       symorder - rearrange name list

SYNOPSIS
       symorder symlist file

DESCRIPTION
       The file symlist contains a list of symbols to be found in file, one symbol per line.

       The  symbol  table of file is updated in place; symbols read from symlist are relocated to
       the beginning of the table and in the order given.

       This program was specifically designed to cut down on the overhead of getting symbols from
       the kernel name list.

DIAGNOSTICS
       The symorder(1) utility exits 0 on success, non zero if an error occurs.

SEE ALSO
       nm(1), nlist(3), strip(1)

HISTORY
       The symorder command appeared in 3.0BSD.

4th Berkeley Distribution		 January 22, 1994			      SYMORDER(1)
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