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Standalone applications typically have a main window that both displays the main data over which the application operates and exposes the functionality to process that data through user interface (UI) mechanisms like menu bars, tool bars, and status bars.
A non-trivial application may also display additional windows to do the following: dialog box is displayed by a function when the function needs additional data from a user to continue.
Finally, it includes a few examples of abstracts broken down into their component parts.
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