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7 Aime Libraries

In the context of program execution and expression evaluation, libraries are means of describing programming interfaces.

Specifically, libraries make available for the executed programs and evaluated expressions functions, variables and constants, operators and data types.

See Libraries.

The libraries provided by libaime have uniform usage semantics (though the uniformity is not required by the aime interpreters). Their (application side) programming interfaces are similar, yet not always to the point where the application would not pay attention to the specifics of each one.

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