Nemo DJB Library (libdjb)
Nemo DJB Library (libdjb) is a collection of foundation routines and data structures from Stephen A. Welker and Daniel J. Bernstein.
Nemo DJB Library (libdjb) consists of:
This library maintains most of the coding style and alogorithmic conventions originally developed by.
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