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What is Simple DirectMedia Layer?

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Asked by venkat mani, 02 May '11 01:31 pm
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Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) is a cross-platform, free and open source multimedia library written in C that presents a simple interface to various platforms' graphics, sound, and input devices.

SDL has the word "layer" in its title because it is actually a wrapper around operating-system-specific functionality. The chief purpose of SDL is to provide a common framework for accessing this functionality.
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Answered by LIPSIKA, 02 May '11 01:34 pm

 
  
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Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) is a cross-platform, free and open source multimedia library
Answered by anantharaman, 02 May '11 02:49 pm

 
  
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Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) is a cross-platform, free and open source multimedia library written in C that presents a simple interface to various platforms' graphics, sound, and input devices.

SDL has the word "layer" in its title because it is actually a wrapper around operating-system-specific functionality. The chief purpose of SDL is to provide a common framework for accessing this functionality.

Software developers use it to write computer games or other multimedia applications that can run on many operating systems including Windows, Mac OS X, OS 9, Linux, the PSP, Symbian, Google Android, AmigaOS, AmigaOS 4, Haiku/BeOS, MorphOS, OpenVMS, Syllable, and WebOS. It manages video, events, digital audio, CD-ROM, sound, threads, shared object loading, networking and timers.[
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Answered by anil garg, 02 May '11 01:57 pm

 
  
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