TWAIN

Technology Without An Interesting Name. An industry standard software protocol and API for easy integration of image data between input devices (scanners, etc.) and software applications.

TWAIN

Technology Without Any Interesting Name (connection between application and scanner software)

TWAIN

An interface standard for image acquisition devices, details ...
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TWAIN

Technology Without An Interesting Name; generic set of drivers used by software to interface with a scanner, or sometimes, a digital camera.
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TWAIN

Protocol for exchanging information between application and devices such as scanners and digital cameras. TWAIN makes it possible for digital cameras to 'talk' with one another on PC's.
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twain

Two;- nearly obsolete in common discourse, but used in poetry and burlesque. 'Children twain.' 'And whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile, go with him twain.' (Matt. V. 41) In twain, in halves; into two parts; asunder. 'When old winder split the rocks in twain.' (Dryden) Twain cloud. ... <astronomy> Same as Cumulo-stratus. ... Origin: OE. ...
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Twain

• (a. & n.) Two; -- nearly obsolete in common discourse, but used in poetry and burlesque.
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TWAIN

Protocol for exchanging information between application and devices such as scanners and digital cameras. TWAIN makes it possible for digital cameras to 'talk' with one another on PC's
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21048

TWAIN

In computing, software standard allowing images to be taken directly from a scanner or digital camera into any image-processing application. Before TWAIN, users were restricted to the scanners explicitly supported by their software; now, the only necessity is that both items follow the TWAIN standard
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TWAIN

TWAIN is an applications programming interface (API) and communications protocol that regulates communication between software and digital imaging devices, such as image scanners and digital cameras. TWAIN is not a hardware-level protocol; it requires a driver called Data Source for each device. TWAIN 2.3 was released on November 21, 2013. The TWA...
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twain

two
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twain

two. Ferdinand refers to himself and his father as but two of the victims of the storm.
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TWAIN

An industry-wide standard for devices such as scanner and digital cameras to interface with software programs.
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