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…t's interesting.

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@@ -50430,11 +50430,12 @@ <h4 id=devices><span class=secno>4.11.6 </span>The <dfn><code>device</code></dfn
following table, and their corresponding states given in the cell in
second column of the same row.</p>

<p class=XXX>RS232 is only included below to give an idea of where
we could go with this. <strong>Should we instead just make this only
useful for audiovisual streams?</strong> Unless there are compelling
reasons, we probably should not be this generic. So far, the reasons
aren't that compelling.</p>
<p class=XXX>RS232 and USB are only included below to give an idea
of where we could go with this. <strong>Should we instead just make
this only useful for audiovisual streams?</strong> Unless there are
compelling reasons, we probably should not be this generic. So far,
the reasons for RS232 aren't that compelling. For USB, slightly more
so.</p>

<table><thead><tr><th>Keyword
<th>State
@@ -50452,9 +50453,13 @@ <h4 id=devices><span class=secno>4.11.6 </span>The <dfn><code>device</code></dfn
<td><span title=attr-device-type-rs232>RS232</span>
<td>RS232 device.
<td>A serial port.
<tr><td><dfn id=attr-device-type-keyword-usb title=attr-device-type-keyword-usb><code>usb</code></dfn>
<td><span title=attr-device-type-usb>USB</span>
<td>USB device.
<td>A scanner, a music player, a disk jockey, a fish tank.
</table><p class=XXX>processing model: 'change' event fires once user
selects a new device; .data is set to new Stream, LocalFS, or RS232
object as appropriate.</p>
selects a new device; .data is set to new Stream, LocalFS, USB, or
RS232 object as appropriate.</p>

<div class=example>

@@ -95691,6 +95696,7 @@ <h3 class="no-num">Reflecting IDL attributes</h3>
Robert O'Callahan,
Robert Sayre,
Robin Berjon,
Rodger Combs,
Roland Steiner,
Roman Ivanov,
Roy Fielding,
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@@ -50357,11 +50357,12 @@ interface <dfn>DataGridListener</dfn> {
following table, and their corresponding states given in the cell in
second column of the same row.</p>

<p class=XXX>RS232 is only included below to give an idea of where
we could go with this. <strong>Should we instead just make this only
useful for audiovisual streams?</strong> Unless there are compelling
reasons, we probably should not be this generic. So far, the reasons
aren't that compelling.</p>
<p class=XXX>RS232 and USB are only included below to give an idea
of where we could go with this. <strong>Should we instead just make
this only useful for audiovisual streams?</strong> Unless there are
compelling reasons, we probably should not be this generic. So far,
the reasons for RS232 aren't that compelling. For USB, slightly more
so.</p>

<table><thead><tr><th>Keyword
<th>State
@@ -50379,9 +50380,13 @@ interface <dfn>DataGridListener</dfn> {
<td><span title=attr-device-type-rs232>RS232</span>
<td>RS232 device.
<td>A serial port.
<tr><td><dfn id=attr-device-type-keyword-usb title=attr-device-type-keyword-usb><code>usb</code></dfn>
<td><span title=attr-device-type-usb>USB</span>
<td>USB device.
<td>A scanner, a music player, a disk jockey, a fish tank.
</table><p class=XXX>processing model: 'change' event fires once user
selects a new device; .data is set to new Stream, LocalFS, or RS232
object as appropriate.</p>
selects a new device; .data is set to new Stream, LocalFS, USB, or
RS232 object as appropriate.</p>

<div class=example>

@@ -88938,6 +88943,7 @@ interface <a href=#htmldocument>HTMLDocument</a> {
Robert O'Callahan,
Robert Sayre,
Robin Berjon,
Rodger Combs,
Roland Steiner,
Roman Ivanov,
Roy Fielding,
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@@ -56356,11 +56356,12 @@ interface <dfn>DataGridListener</dfn> {
following table, and their corresponding states given in the cell in
second column of the same row.</p>

<p class="XXX">RS232 is only included below to give an idea of where
we could go with this. <strong>Should we instead just make this only
useful for audiovisual streams?</strong> Unless there are compelling
reasons, we probably should not be this generic. So far, the reasons
aren't that compelling.</p>
<p class="XXX">RS232 and USB are only included below to give an idea
of where we could go with this. <strong>Should we instead just make
this only useful for audiovisual streams?</strong> Unless there are
compelling reasons, we probably should not be this generic. So far,
the reasons for RS232 aren't that compelling. For USB, slightly more
so.</p>

<table>
<thead>
@@ -56385,11 +56386,16 @@ interface <dfn>DataGridListener</dfn> {
<td><span title="attr-device-type-rs232">RS232</span>
<td>RS232 device.
<td>A serial port.
<tr>
<td><dfn title="attr-device-type-keyword-usb"><code>usb</code></dfn>
<td><span title="attr-device-type-usb">USB</span>
<td>USB device.
<td>A scanner, a music player, a disk jockey, a fish tank.
</table>

<p class="XXX">processing model: 'change' event fires once user
selects a new device; .data is set to new Stream, LocalFS, or RS232
object as appropriate.</p>
selects a new device; .data is set to new Stream, LocalFS, USB, or
RS232 object as appropriate.</p>

<div class="example">

@@ -109750,6 +109756,7 @@ interface <span>HTMLDocument</span> {
Robert O'Callahan,
Robert Sayre,
Robin Berjon,
Rodger Combs,
Roland Steiner,
Roman Ivanov,
Roy Fielding,

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