Hypertext, Computer Graphics

Hypertext: it is conceptually very similar as regular text: it can be stored, searched, read, or edited along with a significant difference: hypertext is text along with pointers to the other text. The browsers let you deal along with the pointers in a transparent way: choose the pointer and you are presented with the text which is pointed at.

 

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