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How to create Static library and Use it in Linux : Advanced Linux Programming # Tutorial – 3

Static linking is the process of copying all library modules used in the program into the final executable image. This is performed by the linker and it is done as the last step of the compilation process. The linker combines library routines with the program code in order to resolve external references, and to generate an executable image suitable for loading into memory.


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