Short notes on Linux Libraries

Libraries are the compiled code that is usually incorporated into a programer at a later time.

  • Three types: Static Libraries, Shared Libraries, and Dynamically Loaded Libraries
  • Static libraries are a collection of normal object files.
  • They usually ends with “.a”.
  • Collection is created with “ar” command.
  • Shared libraries are loaded at program start-up and shared between programs.
  • Dynamically loaded libraries can be loaded and used at any time while a program is running.
  • DL libraries are not really in any kind of library format.
  • Both static and shared libraries can be used as DL libraries.

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