Programming :: Shared Objects - Mapping And Linking?

Oct 28, 2010

I have a question about shared objects and when mapping and linking is established in the following code...Well more of a verification.

getsetx.c - shared object source code Code: unsigned long x = 0;

unsigned long getx(void)
{
return x;
}
[Code].....

Now its my understanding when I execute ./testit, getsetx.so will get mapped into its address space at start up and testit will link any functions as they are needed..

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Update:
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