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'''[[Dot matrix]]''' is a 2-dimensional array of dots used to represent characters, symbols and images. '''[[Dot matrix]]''' is a 2-dimensional array of dots used to represent characters, symbols and images.
-Typically the dot matrix is used in older computer printers and many digital display devices. In printers, the dots are usually the darkened areas of the paper. In displays, the dots may light up, as in an '''[[LED]]''' or CRT display, or darken, as in an LCD, however multicolour LCDs are sometimes initially dark and light up.+Typically the dot matrix is used in older computer printers and many '''[[digital]]''' display devices. In printers, the dots are usually the darkened areas of the paper. In displays, the dots may light up, as in an '''[[LED]]''' or CRT display, or darken, as in an LCD, however multicolour LCDs are sometimes initially dark and light up.
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Reference Reference
# Wikipedia see ''Dot matrix'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_matrix] # Wikipedia see ''Dot matrix'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_matrix]
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 +Also See:
 +*'''[[Freestyle Timing Booklet]]'''
 +*'''[[Data Service Requirements World Cup]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Equipment List]]'''
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 +Return to '''[[Timing Glossary]]''', '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]''' or '''[[Competition Organization]]'''
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 +[[Category:Freestyle Skiing]] [[Category:Freestyle Infrastructure]] [[Category:Equipment Freestyle Skiing]]

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Dot matrix is a 2-dimensional array of dots used to represent characters, symbols and images. Typically the dot matrix is used in older computer printers and many digital display devices. In printers, the dots are usually the darkened areas of the paper. In displays, the dots may light up, as in an LED or CRT display, or darken, as in an LCD, however multicolour LCDs are sometimes initially dark and light up.



Reference

  1. Wikipedia see Dot matrix [1]

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