screen dump


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screen dump

n.
1. A copy of the image displayed by a computer screen. Also called screencap, screen capture, screenshot.
2. The act or process of creating such an image.
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Figure 4 is a screen dump from the logic analyzer virtual instrument display and shows a timing diagram for the four R-S latches.
I installed the FA-124 software within a variety of emulation environments but whenever I launched the software and tried to copy a screen dump, nothing seemed to happen.
The screen dump in Figure 2 shows an example of how students can evaluate the third model using previously generated simulation results.
Printing seems to be just a screen dump to a BMP file; thus the Windows taskbar remains on the chart.
For example, instructions on how to execute a procedure could not be printed except as a screen dump. Third, it was not immediately apparent how to return to an earlier step.
Similar results can be obtained with a screen dump utility, a word processor, and a simple BASIC program or even with a wordprocessor alone.
Figure 2 is a screen dump from a Mac illustrating how a student would position the telescope.
With other graphics cards and printers, you would then require a commercial graphics screen dump program.
For more complex problems, we did a screen dump and sent it express to PDS.
The program provides a screen dump, or printout of whatever is displayed on the monitor's screen, including graphs.
While high quality output can be sent to a plotter, only a screen dump is available for dot-matrix printers; this limits the quality.
Finally, the report form is generated by a screen dump routine-- ordering a printout of what's on the screen--and the serum protein electrophoresis strip is mounted on the SPE space of the form.