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Windowing Transformations - Raster Graphics and  Clipping

From the above section of introduction, we understood the meaning of the viewport and term window that could again be understood as:

Window: A world coordinate region selected for display that is region of picture selected for viewing.

Viewport: A region or a display device to that a window is mapped.

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