Event-Driven Programming: Separating GUI From Data

11/19/2001 7:45 pm

It's too easy to intertwine the Graphical User Interface (GUI) with the data. But what if you want to later use the data in a different context? You either have to extract the code, or re-write it. Event-driven programming can help significantly to keep your application looking sharp and responsive while keeping the data as a separate entity.

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David Cornelius has been a developer for 15 years working mostly on the DOS and Windows platforms using Borland's Pascal compilers. He is currently writing client-server applications using MS SQL Server, InterBase, and DBISAM. See his web site, CorneliusConcepts.com, for more information.