Hello.

i searched for the term relocatable code and this is what i found.

Definition:A code generated by an assembler or compiler, and in which all memory references needing relocation are either specially marked or relative to the current program-counter reading.

Can anyone please elaborate a little more and please explain what relocatable code exactly means?

PS: i was'nt sure where exaclty to post this since this is not pertaining to any language in particular. So please do let me know if this is not the right place to post about this.

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You'll probably find the answer in here

http://www.iecc.com/linker/

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Thanks for the link gerard4143. i will look into it.

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