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1. Under what circumstances is it desirable to use a graphical user interface (GUI), and when is it better to use a command language to address a computer?

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    ?When we want to make our program easier to use.
    ?It uses under desirable interaction with human-interface devices such as keyboards, mice and touchscreens.

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