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interface in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinterfacein‧ter‧face1 /ˈɪntəfeɪs $ -ər-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 TDthe way in which you see the information from a computer program on a screen, or how you type information into the programGUI2 technical the part of a computer system that connects two different machines3 CONNECTED WITHthe way in which two subjects, events etc affect each otherinterface between The book deals with the interface between accountancy and law.4 technicalTOUCH the surface where two things touch each other
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interfaceBecause interfaces juxtapose value systems, assumptions, needs, and languages, they create unmet needs.A set of application binary interfaces are currently being developed by NeXT to provide application interoperability between Intel Corp and PA-RISC platforms.Its purpose is to combine the interactivity of a user-friendly interface with multiple forms of content.For other developers there's an application programming interface that gives access to the lock manager.The Interactions have been considerably improved and unnecessary co-ordination removed from the interface.the interface between labor and managementNot exactly the best in user interfaces!Defragmentation is not a daily job anyway, so sophistication of user interface is of minor significance.Unfortunately, it doesn't make the greatest use of the Windows interface.