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The application binary interface or ABI is a standard that:
Aims at making architectures with different ISAs able to execute the same binaries.
Makes binaries work across different operating systems by just using different dynamic libraries.
Enables programming language portability, e.g., C code can run in a Java-like VM such as Dalvik.
Determines how subrouines, data structs, etc. are handled so that different binaries can work together.
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