The industry standard for printing high-quality integrated text and images is quickly being replaced by PostScript, a ground-breaking, device-independent page description language. It is a strong, adaptable vocabulary that can effectively define how text, images, and visual elements appear on printed pages.
The tutorial offers a step-by-step guided tour of PostScript, stressing those aspects that make it such a special and potent language. It does this by using numerous annotated examples and brief applications. Some of the most helpful methods and strategies for PostScript programmers are included in the cookbook.