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Application Programming Interface (API)

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are sets of functions or routines that specify how software components should interact with each other. The APIs are, to the end user, entirely invisible and function behind the scenes, handling such tasks as process thread management, error handling, rendering output for graphic user interfaces (GUIs) and other core functions that are part of the computing experience.

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