A module is the E equivalent of a C header file and an Assembly include file. It can contain various object and constant definitions, and also library function offsets and library base variables. This information is necessary for the correct use of a library.
A code module is an extension of the module idea. As well as object and constant definitions, a code module can contain procedures and global variables. Code modules are like C and Assembly object files.
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