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PAGEFrames are heaven-sent
PageFrames are heaven-sent. It makes a programmer's life easier. It also helps in achieving that 'lesser-clicks-the-better' principle of mine when designing interfaces and forms.
Declaring public variables is not that needed anymore... nor do I have to go through the process of passing parameters from form to form.
It makes things more organized. Easier for the user too... straight forward and smooth flowing.
Remember the user may not always be right... but you should treat her as a queen. Pamper her with a good, well-organized interface. That is why some software companies invest in the interface.
Probably one of the reasons why some less-stable/hole-infested/half-baked systems are more accepted than a more stable/secure one with an interface only a nerd with an IQ above Mt. Helens can understand.
For some... the interface is even considered the application.
The interface _is_ the application.
The users don't care much about the leet-haxored computation process you made behind things. As long as the correct results are there.
Presented well inside a well 'formatted' interface.
It is already 2:07AM in the morning. I think I need to crash. I would like to continue coding but the ref's empty... food supply shortage. I don't like it when my hunger overtakes the sleepy mode.
Speaking of Mt. Helens...
Helen's getting prettier everyday. No not the mountain.
No... not the Helen of Troy... nor the actress that played her.
I'm referring to Helen, the Elastigirl.
I really need some sleep.
Disclaimers are for castrated EARTHLINGS.
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