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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
<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>

Robert O'Callahan,
Robert Sayre,
Robin Berjon,
Rodger Combs,
Roland Steiner,
Roman Ivanov,
Roy Fielding,
20 index
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
<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>

Robert O'Callahan,
Robert Sayre,
Robin Berjon,
Rodger Combs,
Roland Steiner,
Roman Ivanov,
Roy Fielding,
21 source
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>
<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">

Robert O'Callahan,
Robert Sayre,
Robin Berjon,
Rodger Combs,
Roland Steiner,
Roman Ivanov,
Roy Fielding,

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