Application Programming Interface

Introduction

An Application Programming Interface (API) is a set of rules and specifications that programs can follow to communicate with each other.
An API defines how to access a software-based service.

API in object-oriented languages

In object-oriented languages, an API usually includes a description of a set of class definitions, with a set of behaviors associated with those classes.

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