15.1.8 IDENT Directive

The IDENT directive specifies a string that identifies an object module. The compiler places the string in the identification field of an object module when it generates the module for each source program unit. The IDENT directive takes the following form:

cDEC$ IDENT string

Is one of the following: C (or c), !, or * (see Section 15.1.1).

Is a character constant containing up to 31 printable characters.

Only the first IDENT directive is effective; the compiler ignores any additional IDENT directives in a program unit or module.

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For details on syntax rules for all general directives, see Section 15.1.1.

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