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Component Library for Cross Platform

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  1. (CLX) (pronounced clicks), is a cross-platform visual component-based framework for developing Microsoft Windows and Linux applications

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  2. a GUI software framework written by Borland

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  3. developed by Borland for use in its Kylix, Delphi, and C++ Builder software development environment

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  4. Its aim was to replace the popular Microsoft Windows-only Visual Component Library, VCL

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  5. CLX was based on Qt by Trolltech

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  6. The API of CLX almost completely followed VCL

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