dynamic function loading

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dynamic function loading

The capability for the developer to specify in the application which routines are called into RAM when the program is first launched. Also called "lazy loading," dynamic function loading reduces the initial load time. Comprehensive applications may contain dozens or even hundreds of functions that may never be used in a given session but can be called in as required.
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