Keypress vs Ghosting - What's the difference?

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In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between keypress and ghosting

is that keypress is (computing) the buffered electrical signal resulting from such an event, sometimes distinguished from the release while ghosting is (computing) a problem with a keyboard where certain simultaneous keypresses are not recognised.

As nouns the difference between keypress and ghosting

is that keypress is the depression of an input key; a keystroke while ghosting is the practice of hiding prisoners from inspection from (possibly hostile) outside inspectors.

keypress

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Alternative forms

* key press

Noun

(es)
  • The depression of an input key; a keystroke.
  • (computing) The buffered electrical signal resulting from such an event, sometimes distinguished from the release.
  • ghosting

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    Noun

  • The practice of hiding prisoners from inspection from (possibly hostile) outside inspectors.
  • The effect that interference caused by a multipath reception problem has on a television screen.
  • Ghost imaging.
  • A form of identity theft in which someone steals the identity, and sometimes even the role within society, of a specific dead person (the "ghost") who is not widely known to be deceased.
  • (computing) A problem with a keyboard where certain simultaneous keypresses are not recognised.