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LX51 Introduction

The LX51 Linker/Locator creates an absolute object module by linking together object modules created using the Keil A51 Assembler, AX51 Assembler, C51 Compiler, CX51 Compiler, Intel ASM-51 Assembler, and Intel PL/M-51 Compiler. Object modules created by these tools are relocatable and cannot be directly executed (even if they consist of only one source module). They must be linked and converted into an absolute object modules using the linker.

The following figure shows how C51 object modules flow through the Keil tool chain.

µVision Debugger OHX51 Object-HEX Converter Intel HEX File RTX51 Tiny Real-Time Kernel LIBX51 Library Manager Linker MAP File Linker COD File Linker Absolute Object Module C51 Emulators C51 Object Module Flow

The LX51 Linker works with object modules created by the following development tools:

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