Thinking in Postscript (Glenn C. Reid)

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Thinking in Postscript (Glenn C. Reid)

This practical manual teaches users how to "think" in PostScript and offers tips and tricks that both inexperienced and seasoned PostScript programmers may use to more effectively handle and optimise PostScript features and functions.

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Published Date / Year
(October 1990)
221 pages
eBook Format
Online, PDF files

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