Include large, frequently used routines
Large, frequently used routines are prime candidates for sharing.
Placing them in a shared library saves
code space for individual a.out files
and saves memory, too, when several concurrent
processes need the same code.
and related C library routines are good examples.
Since the printf family of routines is used frequently,
printf and related routines
in to the shared C library.
Exclude infrequently used routines
Choosing library members
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