View

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View, or variants, may refer to:

Basic meaning[edit]

  • Graphical projection in a technical drawing or schematic
  • Opinion, a belief about subjective matters
  • Page view, a visit to a World Wide Web page
  • World view, the fundamental cognitive orientation of an individual or society encompassing the entirety of the individual or society's knowledge and point-of-view
  • Panorama, a wide-angle view
  • View (Buddhism), a charged interpretation of experience which intensely shapes and affects thought, sensation, and action

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Technology[edit]

  • View (SQL), a table of results queried from a relational database query, or a set of documents retrieved from a document-oriented database
  • VIEW, a word processor computer program developed by Acornsoft for the BBC Micro home computer
  • Model–view–controller, a design pattern in software engineering
  • Mutual view, the quality or degree of visibility of a satellite to a ground station in satellite communications

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