The last chapter described some rather abstract approaches to the subject of document processing: this one is about real formatting and printing software. It is not intended to be a users’ manual for any of the packages and languages discussed, but to provide an insight into what this kind of software must do to get a document onto paper, and how its users can influence the process.
KeywordsPrinting Document Continuous Text Filling Algorithm Current Page Style File
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