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During a feedback trial, this state indicates the user's task, i.e. the target the cursor is supposed to hit. A TargetCode value of zero indicates that there is no target specified; TargetCode switching from zero to nonzero indicates the beginning of a trial.


At the end of a feedback trial, ResultCode is set to the target code of the outcome, i.e. the target that was hit by the cursor. When a time of PostTrialDuration has passed, ResultCode is reset to zero.


This state's value is 1 when the cursor is displayed on the feedback screen. Typically, this also implies that the cursor moves according to the control signal.


While this state is set to 1, no task processing occurs, i.e. the task is paused, and may be resumed by setting PauseApplication to 0.