Run-time environment

operating system
A collection of subroutines and environment variables that provide commonly used functions and data for a program while it is running.
Compare run-time support.


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    programming (RTS, run-time support, run-time) Library code and processes which support software written in a particular language running on a particular platform. The RTS typically deals with details of the interface between the program and the operating system such as system calls, program start-up and termination, and memory management. (1999-07-26)

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