Definitions for "Relocatable"
Not having an absolute address. The assembler does not know where the label, data, or code will be located in memory, so it generates a fixup record. The linker provides the address.
(1.) A value, expression, or address that does not have to be changed when the program is relocated. (2.) Attribute of a set of codes whose address constants can be altered to make up for a change in origin.
The ability to disassemble a structure and ship it to a different location with minimal loss of materials.
A package object defined in a prototype file with a relative path name.