That is what "Link" does.....
post #61 of 74
6/23/05 at 1:44am
Originally Posted by http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-4-Manual/devtools/gcc-compilers.html
2.4. gcc, the GNU Compiler Collection
The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), is a complete set of tools for compiling programs written in C, C++, Objective C, or languages for which you have installed front-ends. The GNU compiler uses the following utilities:
cpp GNU preprocessor that processes all the header files and macros that your target requires (refer to Section 2.5 cpp, the GNU Preprocessor).
as GNU assembler that produces binary code from assembly language code and puts it in an object file (refer to Section 2.6 as, the GNU Assembler).
ld GNU linker that binds the code to addresses, links the startup file and libraries to an object file, and then produces an executable binary image (refer to Section 2.7 ld, the GNU Linker).
To invoke the compiler, type:
Originally Posted by 1 of 42
And it lost pointers because they're not truly necessary in a language unless you're looking to do lots of low-level memory management, not necessarily because they don't fit in the OO paradigm.
Originally Posted by BlinKSilver
wow you have no idea what you are talking about, sorry, everything is java is a pointer, they just happen to not be called pointer, java just doesn't let you play with them, which is a good thing, Java does the pointer management by default, and if you like pointer math, though, its ugly anyway...
Originally Posted by mwillman
I have learned both, That wasnt the question.
And I would go out but I have to go to work in 45 minutes.
Originally Posted by Tar-Minyatur
really you people need get outside...
Do like me, learn both, use the one you like better for a specific job, grab a beer and stfu