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Quoting from Wikipedia:Frame :

A frame or framework is a structural system or a skeleton that supports other components of the object. ... In general, "frame" in this context means "something that can be/(has to be) fulfilled". In such sense, for example: Object-oriented programming languages are frame languages, but also every grammar is a frame language. In specific contexts, the authors of computer languages use the term "frame" arbitrarily and frequently intuitively, and in a metaphoric sense.

-- Contributors: MeredithLesly


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