Originally written by Paul Vixie in 1986 and distributed through mod.sources, "display" is a program which will repeatedly execute a command and display the output through curses. The purpose of this project is to maintain and extend display.
display continuously runs one or more programs and displays their output in a console or terminal window. Originally written by Paul Vixie , it has been updated to include update-on-demand, "q" to quit, and screen cleaning.
To output (results or data) in a visible manner on the screen of a monitor, CRT, or other device.
An electronic device on which the output signal of another electronic device may be presented in a visual form; -- also called display device. Typically the display device it is the screen of a cathode-ray tube, as in a computer monitor, but other forms of visual display such as LED or liquid crystal devices are also used. The printed output from a computer or other device is not considered as a display.
The output signal from a computer program, displayed on a display device. The displayed signal may consist of letters, numbers, or any graphical image.
The monitor screen. Also what shows on the screen.
A device that gives information in a visual form. A computer monitor is a display as is those tiny little LCDs on MIDI keyboards.
or LED display Large panel (three rows of 32 characters, each made of a 7×5-pixel dot matrix) that sits on the back wall and displays caption characters in mirror image. Your reflector reverses the captions so you can read them.
To show an image or picture. Also can be used to refer to the display screen. See display screen.
A computer output screen on which visual information is displayed.
Information appearing on screen of monitor
the visual representation of a signal on a CRT screen.
Device that accepts data signals from a computer and makes a visual representation of that data (monitor, flat panel, projector, etc.)
(Product Attribute) The screen in which you look at.
A general term to describe what you see on your screen when you're using a computer.
1. n. A visual presentation of data. 2. v. To present data visually. 3. n. Obsolete term for panel.
The visual representation of output data as opposed to printed copy.
1. device which displays the content(s) of (a) memory(ies). 2. A means for visually identifying and presenting electronically measured or calculated quantities and other information.
the area of the monitor that displays what the software presents to you.
Strictly speaking, the combination of a keyboard, mouse, and one or more screens that provide input and output services to a system. While "display" is sometimes used to mean just the CRT screen, a display, as defined by the X Window System, can actually include more than one physical screen.
visual presentation of merchandise or ideas.
an electronic device that represents information in visual form
a cinch, just pop your favourite disc into the DVD Super Multi drive
a "collection of monitors that share a common keyboard and pointer (mouse, tablet, etc
a computer output surface and projecting mechanism that shows
a good size for the platform, and this screen has a smooth finish that seems to stand up to the rigors of pen-based computing but doesn't have the mottled, dull sheen of some pen-enabled screens
an abstraction that represents the input and output devices controlled by a single server
an image output device that provides the output image in human viewable form, and a "printer" is an image output device that renders the output image in a human viewable, hard copy form
a virtual screen which is created by the X server on a particular host
a visual representation of the report data
The viewable output of a program. In most modern games this is rendered on a raster display with 256 or more colors. In general, the more colors and the higher resolution that is required for a program 's display, the less compatible it will be with older computers. The advantage, though, is that it's much easier to create nice effects on a high-resolution display with as many colors as possible.
The representation of data and graphics on a computer video screen.
A general term to describe what is seen on the screen or the display device of a computer.
is the visual output device of a computer, which is commonly a flat panel or CRT-based video display.
The observable illustration of an image, scene or data on a screen such as a console or cathode-ray tube, seen as a graph, report or drawing.
Display Specifies the X Server to use. It also specifies the screen to use for the -screen option, and it specifies the screen from which preprocessor symbols are derived for the -global option.
Press this button to review important information about the camera's battery charge, number of images, modes, etc. The display is usually on an LCD or in the viewfinder.
An output device that produces a visible representation of a data set for quick visual access; usually the primary hardware component is a cathode ray tube.
A required peripheral that is usually used to display a graphical user interface. See also LCD.
The visual presentation of information, usually on a TV-like screen or an array of illuminated digits.
A screen that electronically presents numbers, characters, graphics, etc. transmitted from a personal computer.
The device used to output image and graphical data in McIDAS-X; usually a workstation monitor or an X Terminal.
An external monitor, flat plasma display, or liquid crystal display (LCD) used as a computer output device.
The backlit panel on a payment card device that shows characters on the screen.
Term used to describe the characteristics of the output of a computermonitor. A monitor is the physical unit, while display refers to the screenitself. Features include pixel resolution, pitch and refresh rate. DVD DVD or Digital Video/Versatile/Variable Disc drive is an optical drivethat reads both CDs and DVD s. Though they are the same physical size as CDs, DVD discs have a much higher data capacity - 4.7 to 12 gigabytes! This largedata capacity makes it possible for entire movies to be contained on a single DVD, for playback on your computer. It also makes the DVD a very desirablemedium for storage. » To top of page» To top of page
This is another term for the computer screen or monitor. However, it means more precisely: what is actually displayed on the screen rather than the monitor itself which is the hardware which produces the display.
To direct the output to the user's terminal. If the output is not directed to the terminal, the results are undefined. X/Open.
Something shown to the public; a visual representation of something
computer screen. The computer's display as an output device. Could be used together with the fax and the printer to let the user select where he want something to be printed. Example: when a document is available in different resolutions, the display symbol indicates that one of them version is suitable for computer screens. [test: &fax;
1: The monitor screen. 2: The images that appear on the screen.
To send one or more characters to the user output device.
The device used to present the radiologic image to the radiologist. The device can be film, CRT, projector or LCD based.
Output device, for presenting legible information often a Cathode Ray Tube or Liquid Crystal Display.
The visual presentation on the indicating device of an instrument.
Unit such as CRT or LCD allowing the user to read information produced by the computer.
Large Web advertisement, generally varying in size from quarter-screen to full-screen, which links to another site.
A monitor-a device that displays text and graphics. Desktop monitors are usually cathode-ray tubes (CRT) or flat panels, and laptop monitors, handhelds, and calculators are usually liquid crystal display (LCD).
GDK inherited the concept of display from the X window system, which considers a display to be the combination of a keyboard, a pointing device and one or more screens. Applications open a display to show windows and interact with the user. In GDK, a display is represented by a GdkDisplay.
Usually used to indicate the monitor or flat-panel device used as the primary visual interface.
Camera display is usually visible on the back of the camera on the LCD screen or in the viewfinder. The display allows digital camera users to review important information such as battery status, number of images, modes, etc.
graphic presentation of the output data of any device or system.
There are various display types: Back-lit display - This refers to the light in the display of phones, which lights up in varying conditions. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) - Easy viewing in all lighting conditions. Uses dark segments against a lighter background. The characters in this type of display are black, on a gray background. They are lit up by a light shining onto the display from above. Color LCD - Reverses the display image, making it possible to create colored, luminous segments. Provides clearer, crisper, bolder-looking characters that are easy to read. LED (Light Emitting Display) - Light emitting displays are big and bright. They provide excellent visibility in direct sunlight and in darkness. VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display) - This display retains visibility in direct sunlight and is highly visible in darkness. It can be seen without distortion over a wide range of viewing angles and remains fully operational over a broad temperature range.
A computer monitor. May also be used to describe the actual viewing area of the monitor.
Two-line screen on the control panel that displays messages such as printer status, menus, commands, and errors.