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Reason: This article doesn't tell anything really helpful that can't be found on e.g. Wikipedia, and documenting every other library will be also duplicated effort. Methinks this should be either significantly extended (how or what for, I don't know), or removed. (Discuss in Talk:C standard library -#)

The C standard library (also known as the Wikipedia-logo.png ISO C library) is a standard library for C defined by ANSI and a subset of the C library POSIX specification. In order to provide users with several choices based on their taste or target hardware, Void Linux and the official packages available for it are linked against two different C libraries, glibc and musl. However, other C libraries exist:

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