en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Static_library

In computer science, a static library or statically-linked library is a set of routines, external functions and variables which are resolved in a caller at compile-time ...

www.geeksforgeeks.org/static-vs-dynamic-libraries

Static Linking and Static Libraries is the result of the linker making copy of all used library functions to the executable file. Static Linking creates larger binary files ...

www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Program-Library-HOWTO/static-libraries.html

Static libraries are simply a collection of ordinary object files; conventionally, static ... Static libraries aren't used as often as they once were, because of the ...

docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/walkthrough-creating-and-using-a-static-library-cpp

Sep 17, 2018 ... This step-by-step walkthrough shows how to create a static library (.lib file) for use with C++ apps. Using a static library is a great way to reuse ...

medium.com/@StueyGK/static-libraries-vs-dynamic-libraries-af78f0b5f1e4

May 14, 2017 ... Static libraries, while reusable in multiple programs, are locked into a program at compile time. Dynamic, or shared libraries on the other hand, ...

renenyffenegger.ch/notes/development/languages/C-C-plus-plus/GCC/create-libraries/index

Jan 27, 2018 ... Here's a summary on how to create a shared and a static library with gcc. The goal is to show the basic steps. I do not want to go into the hairy ...

www.learncpp.com/cpp-tutorial/a1-static-and-dynamic-libraries

When you compile a program that uses a static library, all the functionality of the static library that your program uses becomes part of your executable.

hackernoon.com/static-and-dynamic-libraries-fe5d23daffe3

Dec 10, 2018 ... I think static and dynamic libraries are confusing. Let's explore why we'd go through the trouble of creating a library in the first place. First ...

stackoverflow.com/questions/140061/when-to-use-dynamic-vs-static-libraries

Sep 26, 2008 ... Static libraries increase the size of the code in your binary. They're always loaded and whatever version of the code you compiled with is the ...