Shared dynamic library

A shared dynamic library is a set of functionalities that can be called dynamically by a program at runtime without the need to be pre-compiled.

The dynamic libraries (which are implemented in a different file than the calling program) can be modified independently of the calling program, as long as the interfaces remain the same.

What the shared dynamic library does is defined in an API (see API).

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