Did you possibly mean blot?
- From BitBLT, the name of a computer graphics operation which stands for bit-block transfer and is pronounced bit blit. (Wiktionary)
“Music always sort of sharpened me up, O my brothers, and made me feel like old Bog himself, ready to make with the old donner and blit - zen and have vecks and ptitsas creeching away in my ha ha power.”
“It was during the height of that Hill-Bill media blit that an email popped into my box.”
“And his witty afterwords to each story are further inducement to purchase this anti-blit, brain-enhancing book.”
“Being the nearly unstoppable force against hordes was a major component of a lot of early arcade and console twitch games, but 3D rendering took a long time to catch up to what good blit hardware could do in 2D.”
“The funding shortage crisis within the IEC reached a crisis when the two eight-day registration blit?”
“Jeg bar det med taalmodigt skuldertræk, for taalmod er jo blit vor stammes merke.”
“· Enhanced the VDPAU blit-based presentation queue to provide values of”
“· Fixed a periodic temporary hang in the VDPAU blit-based presentation queue.”
“RenderPlain (ball) screen. blit (background, (0,0)) pygame. display.flip () font = pygame. font.”
“They are faster to blit to the screen though, as they use the same 8-bit pixels as the Nintendo DS VRAM, so no conversion is needed.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘blit’.
these came into effect from 2011
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