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A raster computer image which is monochrome. Each dot can either be on or off and there are no shades or colors available. It is called a bit map because the bits used to store the image map directly to the dots on the screen 1 to 1.
A raster computer image which is monochrome. Each dot can either be on or off and there are no shades or colors available. It is called a bit map because the bits used to store the image map directly to the dots on the screen 1 to 1.
   
   
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Latest revision as of 08:55, 6 July 2006

A raster computer image which is monochrome. Each dot can either be on or off and there are no shades or colors available. It is called a bit map because the bits used to store the image map directly to the dots on the screen 1 to 1.

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