The standard library is a collection of functions and variables that are distributed with the Aurora programming language. These items are imported by default in every Aurora program.
Functions which do a "destructive" operation (i.e. they modify their arguments, manipulate the filesystem in a possibly destructive way, etc.) are suffixed with an exclamation mark (
Functions which "ask" a question (i.e. they return a boolean value) are suffixed with a question mark (
The type signatures of functions and variables are written in a pseudo-Aurora syntax.
... means that the function or variable takes a variable number of arguments.
The standard library is divided into these categories: