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  • Form Controls
    A significant part of traditional thick client application development over the last two decades has focused on so-called GUI's – graphical user interfaces. A GUI is a means of using visual metaphors and event-driven programming to allow a user to visually control and interact with a program. GUI's feature controls (referred to as widgets by some documentation) which are actual interface components with which the user can directly interact. These include buttons, drop-down lists, text input boxes, and things of that sort which have a defined way to visually respond to interface events. Object-oriented control toolkits (such as Microsoft's Windows Forms© framework, or the QtGui module of Trolltech's Qt© framework) typically use object-oriented techniques like inheritance to facilitate understanding and development.
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