VT240, VT241 are graphics? what does it mean?
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Sun Sep 16 11:17:19 CDT 2018
And (of course!): TR-95_Fundamentals_Of_ReGIS_Jul79.pdf
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Subject: VT240, VT241 are graphics? what does it mean?
so, in a description of DEC terminals, I read "VT240 and VT241 are
graphics terminals, supporting Digital’s ReGIS graphics and Tektronix
what does it mean? which kind of graphics? Can they draw lines?
I am googling for "Digital’s ReGIS graphics" and "Tektronix vector
graphics", but I have only found dead links =(
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