# [C (gcc)], <s>18</s> 17 bytes

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    f(){puts('@)');}

Note that there's an ETX byte (**0x03**) between `@` and `)`.

This has been tested with gcc 6.3.1 on Fedora 25 and gcc 4.8.4 on Ubuntu 14.04.4, where it prints the following output.

<pre><code>_libc_start_main

</code></pre>

Although it does work in two different versions on two different distros, it's not very portable. For example, it does not work with gcc 4.8.3 on openSUSE.

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[C (gcc)]: https://gcc.gnu.org/
[Try it online!]: https://tio.run/nexus/bash#S04sUbBTKCzNzEvVS1awsVHQ@5@moVldUFpSrKHuwKyprmld@z8zr0QhNzEzT0OTq5qLEyhvzVXLpcfFlZ6crKCbD9ENM4NLTx/M@v81L183OTE5IxUA "Bash (gcc) – TIO Nexus"