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A '''computing platform''' describes a specific [[hardware architecture]] or [[software]] framework (including [[application]] frameworks), that allows [[software]] to [[run]]. Typical platforms include a [[computer]]'s architecture, [[operating system]], [[programming language]]s and related [[runtime libraries]] or [[graphical user interface]].
 
A '''computing platform''' describes a specific [[hardware architecture]] or [[software]] framework (including [[application]] frameworks), that allows [[software]] to [[run]]. Typical platforms include a [[computer]]'s architecture, [[operating system]], [[programming language]]s and related [[runtime libraries]] or [[graphical user interface]].
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{{Wikipedia|Computing platform}}

Latest revision as of 17:10, 28 February 2011

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A computing platform describes a specific hardware architecture or software framework (including application frameworks), that allows software to run. Typical platforms include a computer's architecture, operating system, programming languages and related runtime libraries or graphical user interface.


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