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counting procedures

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Im using olly debug very fine tool on my exe and he shows such info: Analysing program: 50 heuristical procedures 255 calls to known 1 call to guessed function 

I wonder if he is right and ma app counts 50 procedures and 255 calls...

Would like to count it myself but it is tiresome - is there maybe some tool

that could count how many functions my project count (and would be also reliable in this counting), and how many calls it counts (and how many internal calls how many external ones) Such info is always great fun for me- maybe there is some option to force compilator to show this info (imo compilators shuld show full page of statistics 

for the project, names of functions lengths (of both source and binary) and so on)

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is there maybe some tool that could count how many functions my project count

What's wrong with the tool you are currently using (OllyDbg)?

 

From your post, it seems like it is counting these for you already.

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is there maybe some tool that could count how many functions my project count

What's wrong with the tool you are currently using (OllyDbg)?

 

From your post, it seems like it is counting these for you already.

 

well olly is working on raw binary exe and as disasembling is not 100% easy thing i dont know in which extent i can rely on this - it also not gave the function names etc

 

ps im using old version of olly, but got a trouble of making him working with symbols nemes for my own programs  (both gcc and old bcc32 - not sure if olly is able to read symbols from gcc but thay say that it should take it from old borland (incidentaly i was using bcc32 for a couple of years and got some projects i could tesy with that - but it do not works !#$@$! - internet searching also do not gave me solution for that)

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