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What is an NDLL file?
Developers use the Neko programming language to develop programs that they run using NekoVM, a virtual machine. Before a developer can use the NekoVM, they must install Neko on their computer.
The Neko installation includes several NDLL files. These are Neko's standard code libraries. In Windows, NDLL files are typically stored in the C:/neko directory. In macOS and Linux, NDLL files are typically stored in the /usr/local/lib/neko directory.
Neko programs, saved in .NEKO files, reference and use the functions saved in NDLL files. If a Neko program cannot find the NDLL files it needs to run, that program may not run correctly.
How to open an NDLL file
NDLL files are not meant to be opened or edited. Editing an NDLL file could cause Neko programs that rely on that file to function incorrectly.