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    What is the difference between the front-end and back-end processes of office automation? List some examples in your workplace or that you come into contact with? How can the concept of front-end and back-end processes apply to other activities outside of the computer field.

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    Front-end and back-end concepts vaguely relate to the concept of abstraction in object-oriented programming. Front-end usually refers to the initial stage in office automation, which is used in collecting raw data from the user. This then goes into the processing / manufacturing and is spit out at the back end - as the end product ...

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    236 words outline differences between front- and back-end processes of office automation, with examples.

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