394 chapter 8 exceptional control flow an exception

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Unformatted text preview: is defined in a shared object and called by main2.o gets an entry in the GOT, starting with entry GOT[3]. For the example program, we have shown the GOT entries for printf, which is defined in libc.so and addvec, which is defined in libvector.so. Figure 7.18 shows the PLT for our example program p2. The PLT is an array of 16-byte entries. The first entry, PLT[0], is a special entry that jumps into the dynamic linker. Each called procedure has an entry in the 7.13. TOOLS FOR MANIPULATING OBJECT FILES 381 PLT, starting at PLT[1]. In the figure, PLT[1] corresponds to printf and PLT[2] corresponds to addvec. PLT[0] 08048444: 804844a: 8048450: 8048452: ff ff 00 00 35 78 96 04 08 25 7c 96 04 08 00 00 pushl 0x8049678 jmp *0x804967c # # # # push &GOT[1] jmp to *GOT[2](linker) padding padding PLT[1] <printf> 8048454: ff 25 80 96 04 08 804845a: 68 00 00 00 00 804845f: e9 e0 ff ff ff PLT[2] <addvec> 8048464: ff 25 84 96 04 08 804846a: 68 08 00 00 00 804846f: e9 d0 ff ff ff <other PLT...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2010 for the course ELECTRICAL 360 taught by Professor Schultz during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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