11.93 -o filename, --output=filename

Specifies the name of the output file. The file can be either a partially-linked object or an executable image, depending on the command-line options used.



-o filename

Where filename is the name of the output file, and can include a path.


If --output=filename is not specified, the linker uses the following default filenames:


If the output is an executable image.


If the output is a partially-linked object.

If filename is specified without path information, it is created in the current working directory. If path information is specified, then that directory becomes the default output directory.

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