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Old December 31st, 2007, 05:52 AM
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Hi Every body,

In Linux Platform , how to write API in c and in c++ i want to use that API. Is it possible. how to do that one.

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Hi mallik,
    Yes, it is possible. You can create either a static library which is a .a file or a dynamic library which is a .so file. You can refer to some books on linux programming and study how to create static library and dynamic library, and makefile as well.

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How about implement it in window world ?

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Linux is the best OS in the world.
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