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Dynamic data exchange

(DDE, originally Dynamic Data Linking, DDL) A Microsoft Windows 3 hotlink protocol that allows application programs to communicate using a client-server model. Whenever the server (or “publisher”) modifies part of a document which is being shared via DDE, one or more clients (“subscribers”) are informed and include the modification in the copy of the data on which they are working.


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