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01:13 Oct 26, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: input/output
this is related to my previous question.
someone proposed 'valeur' for 'input' in the following:

'Located on the bottom of the station icon, the lower segment indicates the station demand input. This is a real time indicator, displaying when the station demand input is active. This indicator may toggle on and off during the load cycle, and should be considered normal. '

However, it is interchangable with 'output' and I don't know what to put!

'entrée/sortie' doesn't seem to fit.

Any ideas,

Thanks,

Charlotte
cbosseaux
French translation:?
Explanation:
Don't look just at the term input. you have to consider "station demand input" as a whole. Without context, can't say what it means.
But you mqay be able to figure it out this way.
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Maya Jurt
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Explanation:
Don't look just at the term input. you have to consider "station demand input" as a whole. Without context, can't say what it means.
But you mqay be able to figure it out this way.

Maya Jurt
Switzerland
Local time: 11:23
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in FrenchFrench
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