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14.5. Dynamic or Static

Libraries can be linked in a dynamic or static way. A staticly linked library gets compiled into your application. Dynamic linking is a newer method that allows an application to link with a library at run-time, this has many advantages. For a start, the library can be updated without having to recompile the application and vice versa.

 
 
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