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musl is a “libc”, an implementation of the standard library functionality described in the ISO C and POSIX standards, plus common extensions, intended for use on Linux-based systems. Whereas the kernel (Linux) governs access to hardware, memory, filesystems, and the privileges for accessing these resources, the C library is responsible for providing the actual C function interfaces userspace applications see, and for constructing higher-level buffered stdio, memory allocation management, thread creation and synchronization operations, and so on using the lower-level interfaces the kernel provides, as well as for implementing pure library routines of the C language like strstr, snprintf, strtol, exp, sqrt, etc.
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