Extracting a Library Member

You can use LIB to create an object (.obj) file that contains a copy of a member of an existing library. To extract a copy of a member, use the following syntax:

LIB library /EXTRACT:member /OUT:objectfile

This command creates an .obj file called objectfile that contains a copy of a member of a library. The member name is case sensitive. You can extract only one member in a single command. The /OUT option is required; there is no default output name. If a file called objectfile already exists in the specified directory (or the current directory, if no directory is specified with objectfile), the extracted objectfile replaces the existing file.

See also

LIB Reference