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LDD may refer to:

  • Lego Digital Designer, a CAD software application for designing Lego models
  • Lhermitte–Duclos disease, a rare, slowly growing tumor of the cerebellum
  • Libertarian, Direct, Democratic, a Belgian political party
  • Lidhja Demokratike e Dardanisë (English: Democratic League of Dardania), a political party in Kosovo
  • Local development document, a set of documents specified in United Kingdom planning law
  • Local Dialing Disparity
  • Lycée Denis Diderot (Kenya), a French international school in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Lightly Doped Drain, a sub-structure in a MOSFET that is intended to permit operation with higher drain-source voltage
  • Long Distance Dedication, a feature on the weekly syndicated radio program American Top 40
  • ldd (Unix) is a *nix utility that List Dynamic Dependencies.
  • Living Dead Dolls
  • Liquid Detainment Device, a box shaped machine designed to drain excess liquid in recyclable bottles and encourage people to remove the bottle caps. Created and patented by Gunnar Engineering
Ldd (Unix)

ldd (List Dynamic Dependencies) is a *nix utility that prints the shared libraries required by each program or shared library specified on the command line. It was developed by Roland McGrath and Ulrich Drepper. ldd is a shell script that executes the program given as argument, and shouldn't be used with untrusted binaries. If some shared library is missing for any program, that program won't come up.