orted, and is sometimes more

specifically used for the act of superimposing two nearly identical printouts on one another and holding them up to a light to spot differences. Though this method is poor for detecting omissions in the "rear" file, it can also be used with printouts of graphics, a claim few if any diff programs can make. See diff.

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orted, and is sometimes moreecifically used for the act of superimposing two nearly

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