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The main difference between the bare metal and Base Platform Application Binary Interface (BPABI) DLL-like models is the addressing mode used when accessing imported and own-program code and data.
There are four options available that correspond to categories in the BPABI specification:
Relative static base address references.
You can control the selection of the required addressing mode with the following command-line options: