The following options restrict or preclude the compiler's ability to optimize your program:
|-O0||Disables optimizations. Enables the -fp option.|
|-mp||Restricts optimizations that cause some minor loss or gain of precision in floating-point arithmetic to maintain a declared level of precision and to ensure that floating-point arithmetic more nearly conforms to the ANSI and IEEE*standards.|
|-g||Specifying the -g option turns off the default -O2 option and makes -O0 the default unless -O1, -O2, or -O3 is explicitly specified in the command line together with -g.|
|-nolib_inline||Disables inline expansion of intrinsic functions.|
You can turn off all optimizations for specific functions by using #pragma optimize. In the following example, all optimization is turned off for function foo():
#pragma optimize("", off)
Valid second arguments for #pragma optimize are "on" or "off." With the "on" argument, foo() is compiled with the same optimization as the rest of the program. The compiler ignores first argument values.