STACK Parameter Syntax Incorrect in EXEHDR Use Statement (67793)

The information in this article applies to:
    Microsoft EXEHDR for MS-DOS and OS/2 2.01

This article was previously published under Q67793
When the /? parameter is used for EXEHDR, a listing is displayed detailing the various switches accepted by EXEHDR. This list incorrectly indicates that the /STACK switch must be followed by a hexadecimal number between 0h and ffffh. In reality, the /STACK switch must be followed by either a decimal number between 0 and 65,535 or a hexadecimal number using C notation (0x0 - 0xffff).

If any other format is used, EXEHDR will return the following error messages:

EXEHDR: error U1110: malformed number xxxx
EXEHDR: error U1115: option /STACK:xxxx ignored

Modification Type: Major Last Reviewed: 12/24/1999
Keywords: kb16bitonly KB67793