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    Interfaces in practice

    A piece of 'software' provides access to computer resources (such as memory, CPU, storage, etc.) by its underlying computer system; the availability of these resources to other software can have major ramifications sometimes disastrous ones-for its functionality and stability. A key principle of design is to prohibit access to all resources by default, allowing access only through well-defined entry points, i.e. interfaces.

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    I am Murloc!
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    Re: Interfaces in practice

    You missed the "User" part of "User Interface".

    Seems this is just advertising

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