When a program consists of multiple source files, symbols may be referenced from more
than one files. The way a symbol defined in one file is referenced to from another file is
called external definition. To reference a symbol that is defined in another file is called
external reference. External definitions can be declared by .EXPORT and .GLOBAL.
EXPORT is used to declare external symbol names.
GLOBAL is used to declare externally defined and externally referenced symbols.
For more information, please refer to Section 11 Assembly Specifications in your C/C++ Compiler, Assembler, Optimizing Linkage Editor User’s Manual. Also refer to an explanation for IMPORT.
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