dot-addressable

dot-addressable

[¦dät ə′dres·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
The ability of an electronic display or a dot-matrix printer to specify the individual dots that form images of characters.
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The easy-to-read 5 X 7 pixel format displays the full range of uppercase and lowercase ASCII characters, Katakana and custom user-defined characters that are dot-addressable.