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How to generate assembler files with Dev-C++?

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Could someone tell me plz how to generate a readable assembler file from Dev-C++? I tried opening the .o file (in notepad) created in the project directory but it's just a mess. On one website I found that gcc uses the -S compiler option to generate a .s file with assembler code... the option doesn't work in dev-cpp compiler options though. I am using options -masm=intel and -S. So what's the option to gen the file? If anyone knows where to find the whole list of options for dev-c++ that be great 2! thnx For example, how would the assembler code look for this:
int main(void){
    int ohMyInt = 1;
    ohMyInt =- 1;
    return 0;    
}
Heeeeeeeey why won't the preview generate the PLUS sign for me? look (++++++)<----- plus signs I just posted the text and it shows PLUSES on the website but still not for preview!!! I found a bug :)

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Yeah, I noticed the preview plus thing a few weeks ago and mentioned about it in my topic... I guess people should know about it already though.

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