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There are many different technologies for a touch screen. For some of them, the answer would likely lean more to 'yes'. A resistive screen, for example, would detect a multitude of locations being pressed simultaneously. On the other hand, a projected capacitive may not. I'm fairly sure that a surface acoustic wave would have difficulty trying to detect a ...


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When the 8087 numerical coprocessor was designed, it was fairly common for languages to perform all floating-point math using the highest-precision type, and only round the result to lower precision when assigning it to a lower-precision variable. In the original C standard, for example, the sequence: float a = 16777216, b = 0.125, c = -16777216; float d = ...


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Here's a mostly flawless setup for testing your websites : Cross-browser compatibility : A good resource prior to implementing your solution is to check Can I Use?, which has compatibility for all the HTML5/CSS3/JS/SVG, etc... Every time you implement a new feature, test your site in Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari and Opera (in order of importance). They're ...



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