A dynamic linking package for Perl by Roberto Salama firstname.lastname@example.org. Dynamically loaded functions are accessed as if they were user-defined functions. This code is based on Oliver Sharp’s May 1993 article in Dr. Dobbs Journal (“Dynamic Linking under Berkeley Unix”).
Posted to news:comp.lang.perl on 1993-08-11.
[dahy-mak-see-uh n] /daɪˈmæk si ən/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to R. Buckminster Fuller’s concept of the use of technology and resources to maximum advantage, with minimal expenditure of energy and material.
Physics. 1. dyne; dynes. 1. . dyne
1. a combining form meaning “power,” used in the formation of compound words: dynamotor.
1. . 1. a combining form meaning “power,” used in the formation of compound words: dynamotor. 1. variant of : dynamometer. combining form 1. indicating power: dynamoelectric, dynamite dynamo- pref. Force; energy: dynamogenesis.