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can the static library be loaded during the run-time ?
or is it only loaded during the compile time ?
Static libraries (generally ".a" files on *nix, and ".lib" files on DOS/Windows) are included into the exe at link time (not compile time). They become part of the executable code.
Shared libraries, on the other hand, are brought in as-needed into the running process at execution time. This can be done automatically by the OS at program startup, or programmatically by the process itself as it executes.
Cross compiling is completely different - it's running a compiler on one machine (like an x86 running Linux) to compile objects and build executables for a complete different machine (like an embedded system).
I'd guess post 8 and the five identical posts from @Marko-M has
an advertisement purpose.
Two times text complaining about "blocked advertisement"
( I use Adblock++ ) is actually paying more attention than
the very short "howto".
( The @ nesta post you answered is four years old.)
Hi! I wasn't posting links to virus or adult content. I gave three links to my articles I've spent days writing with purpose of helping Linux grow. With money I've came up from ads on my site during last few years you wouldn't buy a decent hamburger so If I wanted to make money I would certainly write about some other more spread OS then Linux. We all love Linux but costs money, time and passion to help it spread. Go out there and write some useful Linux articles or open source software, I've done both
Marko-M, it's clear that your intentions at LQ are solely to promote your own site. You have a total post count of 6 and 5 of which are identical posts to your brief how-to articles. To gain respect around here, I suggest your answer some recent questions, but I'm pretty sure all you care about are the links back to your site.