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Jelena Mamčenko Operating Systems Lecture Notes on Operating Systems 61 development environment (IDE) merges those tools into a software bundle, and a programmer may not need to type multiple commands for compiling, interpreter, debugging, tracing, and etc., because the IDE usually has an advanced graphical user interface, or GUI. Application software allows humans to accomplish one or more specific (non-computer related) tasks. Typical applications include industrial automation, business software, educational software, medical software, databases and computer games. Businesses are probably the biggest users of application software, but almost every field of human activity (from a -bombs to z ymurgy) now uses some form of application software. It is used to automate all sorts of functions. Many examples may be found at the Business Software Directory. 36.1 Software program and library A software program may not be sufficiently complete for execution by a computer. In particular, it may require additional software from a software library in order to be complete. Such a
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