(Solved):What is a WYSIWYG?



What is a WYSIWYG?



In computing, the acronym WYSIWYG is used to identify a software program in which the content of a finished product looks the same as it is being created. In other words, the input looks identical to the output. The user is not inputting code, such as HTML or Python, but is instead seeing the ‘finished’ result as they create it. This WYSIWYG format is widely

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