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code library

A set of routines for a particular operating system. Depending on the environment, code libraries may be source code, in an intermediate language or in executable form. See library.
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This code library is also copied from an existing template and then modified.
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NET code library to be incorporated into the development of any appropriate new Windows PC application, under license and contract.