How the compiler arranges the several sections , C/C++ Programming

Q: How the compiler arranges the several sections in the executable image?

A: The executable contained following sections:

1.      Data Section (initialized data variable section, uninitialized data variable section,  )

2.      Code Section

3.      Keep in mind that all static variables are allocated in the initialized variable section.

 

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