dot-matrix printer

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computing a printer in which each character is produced as an array of dots by a printhead
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dot-matrix printer

An impact printer that prints text and graphic images by hammering the ends of pins against an ink ribbon. This produces characters or images made up of a matrix, or pattern, of dots.
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