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3.6.4 Input section description

The most common output section command is an input section description.

The input section description is the most basic linker script operation. You use output sections to tell the linker how to lay out your program in memory. You use input section descriptions to tell the linker how to map the input files into your memory layout.

3.6.4.1 Input section basics  
3.6.4.2 Input section wildcard patterns  
3.6.4.3 Input section for common symbols  
3.6.4.4 Input section and garbage collection  
3.6.4.5 Input section example  


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