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In computing a graphical user interface (GUI, sometimes pronounced gooey) is a type of user interface that allows users to interact with electronic devices with images rather than text commands. GUIs can be used in computers, hand-held devices such as MP3 players, portable media players or gaming devices, household appliances and office equipment.

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Look up diff or merge. If you are on windows WinMerge is a fantastic free diff/merge software. Also, why is your source control not able to report the differences?
answered Mar 18 '11 by whatsisname
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Yes, but not in the way you are thinking. GUI Programming is not any more difficult nor does it require specialized skills apart from familiarity with the gui programming interface. Hooking up … buttons and windows and controls isn't terribly difficult and is pretty easy with modern programming environments compared to the early days with stuff like MFC. GUI programming is stuff that's fairly easy …
answered Nov 18 '10 by whatsisname
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library. Then, the graphical GSweetApp or KSweetApp uses that lib to build out the GUI application. Beyond that, there is no authoritative standard and ultimately whatever gets the job done for people is all that matters. What I described and both of your possible solutions are all commonplace. …
answered Jun 21 '16 by whatsisname
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Use of a software internally is not considered a conveyance by the GPL, so you wouldn't have to give source code to anyone. The moment you decide to distribute your software to any third party, then …
answered Aug 9 '16 by whatsisname