Code segment

Portion of an object file containing executable instructions / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In computing, a code segment, also known as a text segment or simply as text, is a portion of an object file or the corresponding section of the program's virtual address space that contains executable instructions.[1]

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This shows the typical layout of a simple computer's program memory with the text, various data, and stack and heap sections.

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