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    1 or 2.

    "This is basically the time interval between when the output changes due to the input change which caused it."

    The above means:1.This is basically the time interval from output to input. 2.This is basically the time interval from the first output to the sencond output.
    Which do you agree with?
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    Re: 1 or 2.

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    But it's an awkward sentence.

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