X Bitmap


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X Bitmap

A black-and-white bitmapped graphics format used in the Unix environment. It uses the .XBM extension and is often used as a hypertext icon on a Web page. Many Web browsers treat the white parts of the image as transparent, or background, which takes on the color of the underlying window.
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