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Re: readelf/objdump segment size doesn't match symbol table sizes
>Alignment: empty padding space between symbols.
Is there any good way to account for this padding? I am trying to reconcile
the figures. What I want to know is that when readelf reports that a
particular function takes up x number of bytes of memory, then it indeed
uses that number of bytes, and not more.
>Also, potentially, symbols whose sizes are not set; anything with st_size
== 0 is somewhat
Meaning that the sizes of these symbols will be determined at runtime?
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