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WYSIWYG

 (wĭz′ē-wĭg′)
adj.
Relating to or being a computer system in which the screen displays text and graphics exactly as they will be printed.

[w(hat) y(ou) s(ee) i(s) w(hat) y(ou) g(et).]

WYSIWYG

(ˈwɪzɪˌwɪɡ)
acronym for
(Computer Science) what you see is what you get: referring to what is displayed on the screen being the same as what will be printed out

WYSIWYG

(ˈwɪz iˌwɪg)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or being a computer screen display that shows text exactly as it will appear when printed.
[1980–85; w(hat)y(ou)s(ee)i(s)w(hat)y(ou)g(et)]

WYSIWYG

“Wizziwig,” or “what you see is what you get,” the principle that what is shown on a computer’s screen is what will be printed out, especially in word processing.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.WYSIWYG - relating to or being a word processing system that prints the text exactly as it appears on the computer screen
Translations
du fårhvad du ser
gördüğün aldığındır

WYSIWYG

n (Comput) abbr of what you see is what you get → WYSIWYG nt

wysiwyg,

WYSIWYG

(ˈwiziːˌwig) abbreviation
What You See Is What You Get (referring to what is seen on a computer screen and received in print).
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