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For most programming languages, the run-time support system (a set of functions built into libraries included with a compiler) provides a system- call interface that serves as the link to system calls made available by the operating system. The system-call interface intercepts function calls in the API and invokes the necessary system calls within the operating system. Typically, a number is associated with each system call, and the system-call interface maintains a table indexed according to these numbers
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