Definitions for "Dynamic-link library"
Keywords:  dll, routine, drv, ocx, hyphen
An operating system feature that enables executable routines (generally serving a specific function or set of functions) to be stored separately as files with .dll extensions and to be loaded only when needed by the program that calls them.
a collection of source and object code in the same manner as a static library dynamic link library
A library file that contains the executable code for a group of dynamically linked routines.