CHARVA is a Java framework for presenting a "graphical" user interface, composed of elements such as windows, dialogs, menus, textfields and buttons, on a traditional character-cell ASCII terminal. It has an API based on that of "Swing" (a.k.a. the Java Foundation Classes). Programmers familiar with AWT and Swing will find programming CHARVA straightforward. User interfaces can be designed on a WYSIWYG IDE, and then easily converted to CHARVA merely by changing the "import" statements to import the "charva.awt and "charvax.swing" packages instead of the standard "java.awt" and "javax.swing" packages.
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