For a long time I've been using a word 'toggle' to express change of states (normally button). Now I found out on Dictionary.com / toggle that toggle has such meaning in an informal language as a verb. Which would be the correct word to express verb for 'change state'?
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Dictionary.com is misleading here. Toggle is the correct technical term. Perhaps they mean it is "informal' to use this technical term in a non-technical context.