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Hello, I was wondering what is the .dll (Dynamic Link Library) equivalent in Linux? I want some sort of library of functions to use with my C++ applications. Something so that I could place all my functions and class in and be able to use them with different parts of my applications. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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They use the .so extension. You can build shared-object libraries with the -shared option when invoking gcc.

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They use the .so extension. You can build shared-object libraries with the -shared option when invoking gcc.

If we are speaking about options, you should not then forget -fPIC also.

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