A type of passive-matrix LCD display that provides faster refresh rates that conventional passive-matrix displays by dividing the screen into two sections that are refreshed simultaneously. Dual-scan displays are not as sharp or bright as active-matrix displays, but they consume less power.
(1) A duplicate copy of an original videotape or disc. (2) In video production, dubbing is the process of recording or rerecording voices over the originals.
- Dumb Terminal
A display monitor that has no processing capabilities. A dumb terminal is simply an output device that accepts data from the CPU. In contrast, a smart terminal is a monitor that has its own processor for special features, such as bold and blinking characters. Dumb terminals are not as fast as smart terminals, and they […]
A placeholder. A dummy variable , for example, is a variable that doesn’t contain any useful data, but it does reserve space that a real variable will use later.
(n) The act of copying raw data from one place to another with little or no formatting for readability. Usually, dump refers to copying data from main memory to a display screen or a printer. Dumps are useful for diagnosing bugs. After a program fails, you can study the dump and analyze the contents of […]
In printing terminology, duotone is a halftone picture that is composed of two printed colors.