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Link or Links may refer to:

  • Link, a single element of a chain

Science and technology[edit]

Computing[edit]

  • Hyperlink, a reference in an electronic document that lets the user display or activate another document or program
  • <link>, a type of HTML element
  • Links (web browser), is an open source text and graphic web browser with a pull-down menu system
  • Link layer, is the physical and logical network component used to interconnect hosts or nodes in a computer network
  • Reference (computer science), a value that enables a program to access a particular piece of data
  • ln (Unix), the command-line program ln used to create a symbolic link (symlink) or a hard link to an existing file
  • link (Unix), the command-line program link used to create a hard link from an existing directory to a new directory
  • Linker (computing), a program that takes object files generated by a compiler and links them to form an executable program
  • Link, in a linked list
  • Links, an animated character used in the Microsoft Office Assistant

Data networks[edit]

  • LINK (UK), an inter-bank network of cash machines
  • Link (Indonesia), an interbank network
  • Link+, a facility for interlibrary loan among participating libraries in California and Nevada, US

Mathematics[edit]

Other sciences[edit]

Arts, media and entertainment[edit]

Books and publications[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Games[edit]

Music[edit]

Organizations and programs[edit]

Businesses[edit]

  • Air Link, an airline in New South Wales, Australia
  • Hong Kong Link, a holding company for toll tunnels and bridges wholly owned by the Government of Hong Kong
  • Link REIT, a real estate investment trust established out of properties formerly held by the Hong Kong Housing Authority
  • The Link (retailer), a mobile phone retailer in the UK
  • Link TV, an independent American satellite television network
  • WLNK (107. 9 the Link), a radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina, US
  • The Link, a division of NZ Bus that operates bus services in Auckland's central city
  • Link Simulation and Training, a subsidiary of L3 Technologies which traces its corporate ancestry to the original simulator company founded by Edwin Link

Other organizations and programs[edit]

Places[edit]

Transportation systems[edit]

  • LINK Train, a people-mover train in Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada
  • Link light rail, a light rail system in Seattle, Washington, US
  • San Leandro LINKS, a bus service known as the link shuttle
  • Air Link, an airline in New South Wales, Australia

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]