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Posted on 2002-06-01
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Anybody can tell me what's  'UI'? Or tell me what's it  all to call?
Sorry,I'm a Chinese.I ususlly don't get new reference !
Please help me.
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UI stands for "User Interface". It is everything a user sees and does when using an application.
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by:smegghead
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This is quite a good web-site for finding things like this.

http://www.acronymfinder.com/about.asp

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by:Toad224
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In Visual basic, the forms you design would be part of the user interface you are making.
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laws,

The answer given to you my Monchanger was exactly right.

You asked a question and you were given an exact answer... so why the grade 'b' ???
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Sorry , I really don't know giving anybody pionts.Anybody can help me!
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