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This section provides an overview of an XFDL form as it is represented in memory. You must understand the memory structure of a form to effectively develop applications using the API.
The API contains two libraries; the Form library and the FCI library. You use the Form library for reading, parsing, modifying, and writing forms. The FCI library allows you to create custom functions that extend the capabilities of forms.