Re: appears vs is displayed

Subject: Re: appears vs is displayed
From: Tom Brown <tombrown -at- ITOP1 -dot- US -dot- DG -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 1997 15:57:15 EST

The American Heritage Dictionary third edition
includes an intransitive use for display: "Comp.
SCi. To provide information or graphics on a
screen." So I vote for "displays."

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