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Ping-pong is a trademarked name for the game of table tennis.
Ping-pong, Ping pong, or Pingpong may also refer to:
- Ping Pong (1986 film), a British film
- Ping Pong (2002 film), a 2002 Japanese manga-adaptation film
- Ping Pong Playa, a 2007 film directed by Jessica Yu
- Ping Pong (2012 film), a British documentary, directed by Hugh Hartford
- Ping Pong (album), a 1994 EP by the group Stereolab
- "Ping-Pong", a song by X-Wife from Side Effects
- PingPong (band) Israeli band who participated in Eurovision 2000
- Ping Pong over the Abyss, a 1982 album by The 77s
- "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)", a 2007 song by Enrique Iglesias
- The Ping Pong EP, a 2000 album by SNFU
- Ping Pong, a song by Armin van Buuren on the album A State of Trance 2014
- Ping-pong lemma, any of several mathematical statements for proving that some elements in a group acting on a set freely generate a free subgroup of that group.
In computer science:
- Ping (networking utility), the standard request and reply to a computer host check
- Ping-pong scheme, a programming algorithm
- Ping-pong packet amplification, a form of denial-of-service attack
- Ping-Pong virus, a computer virus
Ping Pong may also refer to:
- Ping Pong (manga), a Japanese manga series by Taiyō Matsumoto
- A term for a photograph that is passport-photo size.
- Parliamentary ping-pong, a term for when legislation is passed back and forth between two house of parliament.
- Ping pong recording technique, a sound recording technique
- Ping Pong Diplomacy describes a thawing in relationships between China and the U.S.A. in the 1970s
- Ping-Pong Club, a Japanese manga by Minoru Furuya
- Pong, a 1972 video game from Atari Inc.
- Ping pong show, a sex tourism show prevalent in Thailand
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