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hi all,
	Iam trying to profile my code and find how many assembly instructions my 
code took before finishing the work. Normal profilers like gprof, tcov, 
gcov doesnt give profiling out put in assembly counts. Can any one suggest 
any tools for doing it.

I have one more request, when I generate assembly code using "gcc -S" 
option, only assembly code is generated. I would like the c lines to be 
avilable in comments before the respective assembly code of the c line. 
What option I should use with gcc.

I have Red hat 6.1

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