user-defined graphic

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search



user-defined graphic (plural user-defined graphics)

  1. (computing, dated) A graphic symbol defined by the user, replacing one of the text characters in the computer's character set.
    • 1984, Robert Gordon Middleton, New Digital Troubleshooting Techniques
      It includes memory space for ASCII text characters in Screen RAM, character font in ASCII Font RAM, user-defined graphics font in Graphic RAM, []
    • 1986, Douglas Hainline, New Developments in Computer-assisted Language Learning
      Most microcomputers now allow users to define their own characters by specifying their own patterns (user defined graphics).
    • 2006, Paul Scherz, Practical Electronics for Inventors
      Other user-defined graphics can be defined by entering the 8-byte sequence.