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4. Windows with Mouse and Keyboard

Ayan Chatterjee

(1)Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

What falls under basic knowledge and what falls under advanced? In the ancient ages, something like a catapult was considered highly advanced and yet projectile motion is taught today in middle school physics class. So, is it a function of time? Or is it a function of progress and advancement? In this chapter, I will take a bold step and consider development with a mouse and keyboard part of basic knowledge.

In the previous chapter, I talked about how an image is split into RGB channels and how we can perform mathematical operations to create something like ...

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