switches with onoff and toggles states


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switches with onoff and toggles states.

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    Off On Switches Toggles

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Off wiki:
>This article is about the switching state. For the uses of "off" in cricket, see off side. Off is one of two possible states for a binary switch, the other being on. This distinction also applies to switches of the conventional type, for example light switches. Some switches (eg three-position switches) have more than two positions, one of which is still called off. The word "off" implies a state of non-operation for a particular device, especially one connected to a switch of the type earlier described. One could argue that the opposite of off, in a variety of situations would be a resounding on. In other situations the distinction is not as obvious. See more at Wikipedia.org...

On wiki:
>This article describes the Aphex Twin single. For other usages, see On (disambiguation). On is the title of a 1993 EP by the British electronic music artist Richard D. James, more commonly known by his recording alias of Aphex Twin. It was released November 15th, 1993 by Warp Records.Released after his album Selected Ambient Works 85-92, and just before his follow-up, Selected Ambient Works Volume II, On is often described as ambient techno despite the presence of harsh, abrasive beats in the title track. See more at Wikipedia.org...

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