Cind language documentation
Using linked libraries
The Cind execution software, while working, may use linked libraries (DLL files on the Windows systems, and SO files on the Linux systems). Connecting linked libraries allows to execute external functions, provided by the operation system, and by the other software, from the inside of the Cind program.
Getting linked library may be done by using syntax of getting external objects,
connects a math library and stores a handle to that library in
It is also possible to grab only one function from the library,
by putting name of the function as a third argument.
Connecting and removing library
The library may be connected to the Cind execution software only once,
what means, that each next connection statement will returns the currently connected library.
List of libraries
List of the libraries included in this release: