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Interface Description Language

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An Interface Description Language (IDL) is a specification language that:

  • is a declarative language
  • does not describe the implementation
  • allows for procedures written in a language to be executed by another language
  • allows to define data types
  • allows to define function prototypes

It is commonly used with Remote Procedure Call.

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