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hi sir,

 In C & CPP  - we will be using Compiler

 my Question IS: 
1) what is the use of Linker 
2) In case , if i use Interpreter ,  to WHOM i should forward  Object files ??? [ for Execution ]

C-and-Cpp First-C-Program 01-02 min 0-10 sec 29-02-20, 12:54 p.m. SUNDARAELANGOVAN


This is an advanced question.  To understand the answer, you need to understand the hierarchy of languages: HLL, assembly code, machine language, etc.  To answer briefly, an object file contains machine code which is "almost" ready to run on a machine.  There may be some unresolved variables or functions, such as external variables or library functions.  A linker creates an executable which is fully ready to run on a machine.

The above holds for compiled languages.  For interpreted languages, the interpreter (another program) reads the program written by the programmer and interprets it at run-time.  So there is no notion of object file in an interpreted language.

29-02-20, 2:47 p.m. bhaskar76

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