unprotoize command is used to remove function prototypes from C language source code files. This command is useful for developers who want to remove function prototypes from their code to make it more concise and readable.
unprotoize command can be used in the following way:
unprotoize [options] [file ...]
unprotoize command takes one or more files as input and removes the function prototypes from them. The modified files are written to standard output.
To remove function prototypes from a single file, you can use the following command:
To remove function prototypes from multiple files, you can use the following command:
unprotoize file1.c file2.c file3.c
unprotoize command has the following options:
||Display help message and exit|
||Display version information and exit|
If you encounter an error while using the
unprotoize command, make sure that you have the correct permissions to modify the files that you are working with. Additionally, if you are using the command on a large codebase, be sure to make a backup of your files before running the command.
unprotoize command is a simple yet powerful tool for developers who want to remove function prototypes from their C source code files. By doing so, they can make their code more concise and easier to read.