Software library

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Language extensions

A language extension is a software library that is typically written in the same programming language in which a scripting language itself was written. For example, many popular scripting languages, such as Perl, PHP and Python, are written in the programming language C.

Application frameworks

An application framework is a high-level software library that includes the reusable components of common applications in order to simplify application development. Some frameworks require little or no knowledge of the underlying language.

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