Hello Community, I'm planning on buying a new computer monitor soon but I'm not sure which one I should buy. These are the two I'm trying to decide between [LG 27MP75HM](http://www.lg.com/au/it-monitors/lg-27MP75HM) or [LG 29UM65](http://www.lg.com/au/it-monitors/lg-29UM65) thing is the 27MP75HM will be good because I can fit more code on the screen but the 29UM65 will also be good because I like to multitask (however I already have dual monitors (monitor and laptop screen)). So what would be better? more code of more multitasking (again as I said I already have my laptop screen). I'm not fussed about the price just what …

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Good morning/afternoon/evening/night all. Guess I missed the introduction and went straight to posting. My name is Ana, from Portugal. I'm a multitasking girl with a special fondness for computers, photography and cookies. I'm doing an internship in my town's City Hall, as part of my course, checking their computers and fixing them as needed. My IT knowledge is mostly self-learned with a few bumps along the way, so this internship is great for learning new stuff. It's thanks to these faulty machines that I ended up here, through research to solve a few things that I wouldn't encounter elsewhere. So... …

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I am writing a program where one part of the program gets some data while the other part gives in new data at intervals for the first part to work on. This two tasks are to be done independent of each other and concurrently. The time one part stops does not affect the other part in any way. You can call it multitasking, VBasic allows you to do different things at the same time with controls like timers, etc. Any form of help will be greatly appreciated.

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The End.