A CDE Definition
A set of ready-made software routines (class definitions) that programmers use for writing object-oriented programs. For example, a class library is commonly available to provide graphical user interface (GUI) functions such as windowing routines, buttons, scroll bars and other elements. These class definitions also include their inheritance characteristics, if applicable. See application framework and object-oriented programming.
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