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Mousepad vs Cursor - What's the difference?

mousepad | cursor |


As nouns the difference between mousepad and cursor

is that mousepad is (computing) a pad, with an enhanced surface to assist the operation of a display pointer while cursor is cursor.

Cursor vs Destrier - What's the difference?

cursor | destrier |


As nouns the difference between cursor and destrier

is that cursor is cursor while destrier is a large warhorse, especially of a medieval knight.

Mouse vs Cursor - What's the difference?

mouse | cursor |


As nouns the difference between mouse and cursor

is that mouse is any small rodent of the genus mus while cursor is cursor.

As a verb mouse

is to move cautiously or furtively, in the manner of a mouse (the rodent) (frequently used in the phrasal verb to mouse around ).

Iterators vs Cursor - What's the difference?

iterators | cursor |


As nouns the difference between iterators and cursor

is that iterators is while cursor is cursor.

Icom vs Cursor - What's the difference?

icom | cursor |


As an initialism icom

is (international council of museums).

As a noun cursor is

cursor.

Coursor vs Cursor - What's the difference?

coursor | cursor |


As a noun cursor is

cursor.

Wikidiffcom vs Cursor - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | cursor |


As a noun cursor is

cursor.

Blinker vs Cursor - What's the difference?

blinker | cursor |


As nouns the difference between blinker and cursor

is that blinker is indicator, direction indicator, turn signal while cursor is cursor.

Curser vs Cursor - What's the difference?

curser | cursor |


As nouns the difference between curser and cursor

is that curser is one who curses while cursor is cursor.

Prompt vs Cursor - What's the difference?

prompt | cursor |


As nouns the difference between prompt and cursor

is that prompt is a reminder or cue while cursor is cursor.

As an adjective prompt

is (archaic) ready, willing (to act).

As a verb prompt

is to lead someone toward what they should say or do.

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