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Linux Compilers and AssemblersSEP 19, 2003 By Christopher Paul, Rafeeq Rehman. Article is provided courtesy of Prentice Hall.
3.6 Handling Warning and Error messages
The GNU compiler generates two types of messages when compiling source code. Warning messages are non-critical messages and
the compiler can build the output code even if there are warning messages. Error messages are fatal messages and compiler
is not able to generate output files when an error occurs. By default, the compiler does not display many warning messages.
You may like to see these messages, for example, when you want to get a release of a software package. Usually the release
version of software should be compiled without any warning message. Using options that start with –
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