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Operation of Dual Monitor on Workstations

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000111778D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-26
Document File: 2 page(s) / 18K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

White, R: AUTHOR

Abstract

Dual-screen (monitor) is needed for development of applications, both of programming and displaying nature. Programmers need to be able to write a routine and see the results displayed on the graphic monitor as a test. Multi-media developers need to develop a script and test it while following the script language as it reads the input lines. Presenters need to input variable data in a program or data base and display a new chart or graphic during a meeting or discussion. Dual-monitor capability (edit/display) on a single workstation would solve these problems.

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Operation of Dual Monitor on Workstations

      Dual-screen (monitor) is needed for development of
applications, both of programming and displaying nature.  Programmers
need to be able to write a routine and see the results displayed on
the graphic monitor as a test.  Multi-media developers need to
develop a script and test it while following the script language as
it reads the input lines.  Presenters need to input variable data in
a program or data base and display a new chart or graphic during a
meeting or discussion.  Dual-monitor capability (edit/display) on a
single workstation would solve these problems.