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    Hi,


    Could anyone one please explian to me what does this sentence mean?

    "Other instriments can be emulated using these commands."

    I just couldn't understand the whole concept of " to be emulated" in this Contex.


    Thanks

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    I don't know what this sentence is supposed to mean. Where did you find it? Have you any context?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sepmre View Post
    Hi,


    Could anyone one please explian explain to me what does this sentence means?

    "Other instruments can be emulated using these commands."

    I just couldn't understand the whole concept of "to be emulated" in this context.


    Thanks.

    I don't understand it either. What was the context? Please see my amendments to your post in red.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    I do thank both of you. In fact this context is so long and it would be boring for you to read such contexes.

    Thank you anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sepmre View Post
    I do thank both of you. In fact this context is so very long and it would be boring for you to read such contexts.

    Thank you anyway.
    OK, well, thank you for not boring us! Check again on the spelling of "context".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    "To emulate" in the computer world is to have one device behave exactly like a different device would. For instance, my PC is not a Nintendo game system, but I can find software for my PC that allows it to "emulate" the Nintendo and "play" the same exact software that is found on Nintendo game cartridges.

    Apple computers can "emulate" a Windows PC to run Windows software.

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    Thank you So much. Your answer has been very useful for me.

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