exports (reserved word)
A library's exports clause lists the procedures or functions exported by that DLL.
You can use an exports clause anywhere and any number of times in a program's or library's declaration .
Each entry in an exports clause specifies the identifier of a procedure or function to be exported.
- The identifier must denote a procedure or function that was compiled
with the directive.
- The identifier can be if necessary.
An exports clause can also include
- a clause
- the directive