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- Version Information — Variables and functions to check the GLib version
- Basic Types — standard GLib types, defined for ease-of-use and portability
- Limits of Basic Types — portable method of determining the limits of the standard types
- Standard Macros — commonly-used macros.
- Type Conversion Macros — portably storing integers in pointer variables
- Byte Order Macros — a portable way to convert between different byte orders
- Numerical Definitions — mathematical constants, and floating point decomposition
- Miscellaneous Macros — specialized macros which are not used often
- Atomic Operations — basic atomic integer and pointer operations