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Note, that the Win32 version of newLISP uses standard call (stdcall) conventions to call DLL library routines by default. This is necessary to call DLLs belonging to the Win32 operating system like odbc32.dll. Most third party DLL's are compiled for 'C' declaration (cdecl) conventions. newLISP can use both calling conventions when using the import function on Win32. newLISP compiled for LINUX and other UNIX uses the cdecl conventions by default when calling functions in shared libraries.

Some of the libraries mentioned on this page are supported by newLISP module files.