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Linker scripts are text files.
You write a linker script as a series of commands. Each command is either a keyword, possibly followed by arguments, or an assignment to a symbol. You may separate commands using semicolons. Whitespace is generally ignored.
Strings such as file or format names can normally be entered directly. If the file name contains a character such as a comma which would otherwise serve to separate file names, you may put the file name in double quotes. There is no way to use a double quote character in a file name.
You may include comments in linker scripts just as in C, delimited by `/*' and `*/'. As in C, comments are syntactically equivalent to whitespace.