The compilers have the ability to recognize calls to a function for which extra optimization can be performed. An example of such calls is a call to a function for which some of the arguments are constants. When the compiler identifies particular calls that it can optimize, it creates a copy of the function, which is called a clone, and generates optimized code. The clone function name is a mangled name that identifies the particular call. The Analyzer demangles the name, and presents each instance of a cloned function separately in the function list. Each cloned function has a different set of instructions, so the annotated disassembly listing shows the cloned functions separately. Each cloned function has the same source code, so the annotated source listing sums the data over all copies of the function.