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Linker Command File
The linker command file uses a small control language designed to allow the user to direct the actions of the compiler.
The linker command file accepts commands that specify input modules and addresses of code sections and initialize variables.
The name of the linker command file is specified in the clnk command line. An extension of .lkf is typically used for the command file. Actual addresses for program sections are specified in the linker command file.