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Relocatable Object Module Format

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The Relocatable Object Module Format (OMF) is an object file format used primarily for software intended to run on Intel 80x86 microprocessors. It was originally developed by Intel under the name Object Module Format, and is perhaps best known to DOS users as an .OBJ file. It has since been standardized by the Tool Interface Standards Committee.
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