Operating Systems - Native Libraries

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Practically all programs depend on libraries to execute. In most modern Unix-like systems, including Linux, programs are by default compiled to use shared library (so, dll)

Static libraries (.a suffix) are incorporated into the binary at link time, whereas dynamic ones (so, dll suffix) are referenced by location.

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