Interscript

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Interscript was a rich text document markup language designed by Xerox to act as a common interchange format between disparate document formats.[1] It was part of a system that included the Xerox Character Code Standard (XCCS) and the InterPress page description representation.[2]

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  1. ^ Text Processing and Document Manipulation: Proceedings of the International Conference, University of Nottingham, 14-16 April 1986. Cambridge University Press. 2009. p. 123. ISBN 9780521110310.
  2. ^ Kent, Allen; Williams, James G. (1990). Encyclopedia of Microcomputers: Volume 6. CRC Press. p. 81. ISBN 9780824727055.

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