A CDE Definition
(1) A socket on the back of a computer for connecting a monitor. See video port.
(2) Also called "GrafPort," it is a Macintosh graphics structure that defines all the characteristics of a graphics window.
(1) Also called a "graphics port" or "VGA port," it is a socket on the back of a computer used to connect a monitor. On a PC, the standard video port is a 15-pin VGA connector for an analog monitor. DVI connectors are also used for direct digital output to flat panel displays. See VGA and DVI.
(2) A socket for standard video. See NTSC.
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