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JFC

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Joint Formulary Committee
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[2] International Organization for Standardization (2013) ISO 16739:2013--Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) for data sharing in the construction and facility management industries (International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland).
In pursuit of standards within the VDC process, Trimble Design Link has incorporated the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) file format as a means of extending the solution's interoperability with popular design and construction based software applications.
An Ontology Web Language Notation of the Industry Foundation Classes. Proceedings of the 22nd CIB W78 Conference on Information Technology in Construction.
Capping nearly a decade of research and development, CAD Integrator is the first construction estimating software to incorporate the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) standard.
The VP program costs $975 up front ($1,095 after June 30) and enables CalCPA members to take 11 free or discounted Foundation classes between now and April 2002.
The new Macallan aftershave, which will sell at pounds 19.99 a bottle, is a member of the chypre family of perfumes - which the New York- based Fragrance Foundation classes as "woody, mossy, with appeals of leather".
"Students learn the foundation classes together and then they branch out into specific fields," remarked Kathy Demarest, public information officer for the school district.
It also extends the graphics capability of the controls included in the Microsoft Foundation Classes (WCs), which are widely used for creating Windows-compliant GUIs.
This book is an introduction to Swing, the part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) that simplifies and streamlines the creation of customized GUIs that can run and look the same on any platform and any operating system.
You can learn about field-dressing at most Hunter Education classes, and National Bowhunter Education Foundation Classes. Your local library should have several books with information on this subject.
The idea of packaged components to speed application development is what Microsoft touted with its Microsoft Foundation Classes. "They were effectively reusable components for Windows," Burton said, "the main difference is ours are written in Java, which can be deployed anywhere, whereas Microsoft's are C++ and only designed to be deployed on Windows." He added : "The whole idea is to build a component framework which is completely independent of how its implemented, that's what developers need." Burton conceded that making a play for developers is not something Oracle has traditionally been good at, or even bothered to do.
-- An enhanced user interface, based on the standard Microsoft Foundation Classes, has customized layout, dockable toolbars, and tabbed windows.
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