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Good day. I have a very, very stupid question. In the world of "big programming - GUI" moves very, very short time. Frequently come across the term "TKO" and nowhere (example the wiki) can not find what this acronym actually means. Just a guess, but really do not know. Can someone please give explanation? I think that it is a term for a complex configuration (for me: minGW + Code::Blocks + wxWidgets 2.9.5 + Windows7), it is all the equipment available = TKO.
I figured it out and all I apologize for the stupid (very stupid) question. I have activated automatic translation of Google-translator (en / cs) and he translates the term 'MSW' like 'TKO'. This word I see in the documentation quite often, but I had no idea that it was caused by my laziness to learn more English and read the originals . Sorry all...
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Ha ha, automated translation is often... funny The fact is that software world is in English and sometime benefits (really) to stay in English only.
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