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AWT

AWT

(Abstract Windowing Toolkit) A class library from Sun that provides an application framework and graphical user interface (GUI) routines for Java programmers. AWT was the first user interface development system included in the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). In 1997, Swing was introduced, which provides more capability and is written entirely in Java. See JFC, AFC and IFC.


AWT vs. Swing
AWT calls the operating system at a higher level than Swing, and the AWT routines use native code. Swing was written entirely in Java and is platform independent.
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AWT has so far served approximately 10 trains a week in relation to the border with Slovenia, where the cargo was taken over by local carriers.
In Quetta the railway's land was allotted to Army Welfare Trust which has the cost of Rs 150.36 million whereas AWT gave only Rs 30.33 million to Pakistan Railways.
In addition, the Supreme Court referred specifically to a paragraph in a defence ministry summary for the chief executive dated Sept 20, 2002, which read: 'Since [CLA] Rules do not permit leasing out defence land free of cost, MoD [defence ministry] supports payment of nominal premium and rent by AWT, being a welfare organisation.' With reference to this paragraph, the court observed: 'We have also noted the cynical play with the CLA Rules' and that the document 'presents a damning indictment of dictatorial one-man rule'.
Speaking on the occasion, Nouman Akbar DGM KPOGCL expressed the views that this strategic alliance with AWT, will pave way for investments in exploration and production of the natural resources and hydrocarbons.
In this paper, both AWT and NAWT samples were divided into a training class and a predicting class.
The acquisition of AWT will provide PKP Cargo with seamless border crossings with the Czech Republic, better infrastructure and the potential to become a one-stop shop for cross-border intermodal loads.
AWT is the commercial arm of KACST (King Abdulaziz City Science and Technology) and is owned by Taqnia.
The AWT was conceived after NACA and Army Air Corps experts toured German aeronautics research facilities in the late 1930s.
The purchase agreement also includes the possibility for PKP Cargo to acquire the remaining 20% of AWT, which is held by Minezit SE.
AWT is a newly-formed company set up in Riyadh, which is a spin-out from King Abdullah City for Science and Technology owned by Taqnia - a company owned by the Kingdom's Public Investment Fund.
AWT is a newly formed company based in Riyadh whose mission is to bring affordable water solutions through innovation and sustainability.
AWT is the second largest rail freight operator in the Czech Republic, and is active in Central and Southern Europe.