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Rozis16-Sep-09 13:10
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Imaging the following program (in a imaginairy programming language):

Local int x,y
x=5
y=sin(x)

Now assume the function Sin() is not specified in this program, but in a library. When the program is compiled the compiler knows how to compile the first 2 statements (it can replace these statements to machine code that does functionally the same). This is written to the OBJ-file. The compiler can not compile the last line because this is an external defined function. So the compiler writes in the obj-file the machine code to jump to an unknown adress. In the next pass the linker will fill this unknown adress to the adress of the function Sin().

As said before: the compiler creates for each C-file a equivalent obj-file. The linker merges these and other obj's and/or lib's to an exe. Essentially an obj-file is an exe-file that have jumps to external defined functions not filled in. This is the reason you can't run obj-files (it will crash as soon as it wants to call the external function). An obj-file is an intermediate file in the compile/link process.

Aside: The above is over simplified, in reality it is more complex as described: actually tables of unknown adresses are writen to the obj-file so the linker knows which adresses it must fill in.

Rozis
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