ADAPTABLE USER INTERFACE
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(AUI, Oracle Toolkit) A toolkit from Oracleallowing applications to be written which will be portablebetween different windowing systems. AUI provides one calllevel interface along with a resource manager and editoracross a range of "standard" GUIs, including Macintosh,Microsoft Windows and the X Window System.
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