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bin2c --version (return code: 0)

bin2c: NVIDIA (R) File to C data converter
Copyright (c) 2005-2016 NVIDIA Corporation
Built on Sun_Sep__4_22:13:50_CDT_2016
Cuda compilation tools, release 8.0, V8.0.44
bin2c --help (return code: 0)

Usage  : bin2c [options] <inputfile>


--alignment <bytes>        (-a)     
        Specify the alignment of the generated data array.
        Default value:  1.

--const (-c)     
        Specify if the generated data array is constant.

--help  (-h)     
        Print this help information on this tool.

--name <name>              (-n)     
        Specify the name of the generated data array.
        Default value:  'imageBytes'.

--options-file <file>,...  (-optf)  
        Include command line options from specified file.

--padd <byte>,...          (-p)     
        Specify trailing bytes.

--section <name>           (-s)     
        Specify the data section in which the generated data array must be placed.

        Generate the data array as a static variable.

--type <type>              (-t)     
        Specify the base type of the generated data array.
        Allowed values for this option:  'char','int','longlong','short'.
        Default value:  'char'.

--version                  (-V)     
        Print version information on this tool.


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