Since modes have been defined that allow the peripheral to send 8 bits of data back to the host over the data lines, it is possible for both the host and the peripheral to be driving the data lines at the same time. This can result in damage to the host port or the peripheral port or both. This would be very, very rare in normal operation but the following possiblilitys arise:
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