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Event driven programming language

An event driven programming language is a programming language in which events (mouse clicks, key presses) cause portions of the code to execute.

Events are usually considered to be user-initiated (e.g. a mouse click or a button on the keyboard pressed), but they can also be caused by other portions of the code (e.g. to indicate that a process that takes a long time to complete has completed.)



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