It turns out that c/XDC users have reasons to issue the LIST LKEDMAP command a lot. This is because:
- It sometimes is the case that the external name of a function differs from its internal name,
- And it is sometimes the case that the user needs to provide a function’s external name in order to load the right source image map,
- And normally, AUTOMAP would do the job for you, but sometimes you might want to load a map or two that AUTOMAP would not be able to realize you might need.