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Type-ahead




<operating system> The facility where the user can type more characters before the system has fully responded to those already typed.

Type-ahead is common on most current systems. It allows the user to type without worrying that the computer may miss input because it is temporarily busy, e.g. reformating a page, checking spelling, or simply suffering from network latency.

There is usually some limit to the amount of input the system can buffer, beyond which it _will_ lose input.

[Equivalent term for speech recognition?]



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