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    When used as a noun, toggle refers to any computer function or command that allows a feature to be turned on and off.

    In image-processing programs, a toggle function allows a rapid alternating of "before" and "after" images, allowing the comparison of an image before and after a particular change was made to it.

    When used as a verb, toggle means to use a toggle function.

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