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How to separate logic from ui

How to separate logic from ui

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hi,
i've read lots of articles about ui/logic separation, i tryied to apply this on my projects but i am having problems even in basic application.

now i want to present a typical example of what i have to do and i want to ask you for some suggestions of how to separate the ui from the logic.

left suppose that we will have to make a data entry form (not web) in any language. We just add the controls required etc.
After the form is complete, we realize that there is a new form which looks similar to this. It has only one extra edit for example ... or two extra radio buttons.

what shall i do:
add the radio buttons on the same form ... hide them ... depending on the showing form ... this way having CODE REUSE

or just make a new form ... with almost the same controls.

now i don't like the second option

but if i go by the first , in a week i will be asked to add some extra edits again. then this forms look like another on i have to do ... and again some tweeking, hiding controls .. and at the end ... this becomes a nightmare to maintain.

is there a smart way to do this?

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