From: Cyrus Durgin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> hi - i'm currently trying to port some apps from SunOS to linux, and need
> to know what the equivalent of nlist() in SunOS is in linux. according
> to the man page, nlist() is:
> nlist examines the name list in the given executable output file and
> selectively extracts a list of values.
> if anyone knows of the linux equivalent, i'd really appreciate it. i
> know there's an nlist.h, but all it has in it is the nlist struct. there
> aren't any functions to actually examine the name list in an executable.
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