Compiler Option: -l

Add a library file to the linker's list.

-l < libname >

Name of the library to link in. The library file name's extension should not be included. For example, when using -l something, the linker will look for the files:
  • libsomething.a
  • libsomething.dll.a (Windows)
  • something.dll (Windows)
  • (Linux)

The -l compiler option adds a library file to the linker's list, to be linked into the final executable or library if needed to satisfy dependencies.

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