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By Ariane Hoffmann, Verena von Keitz, Thomas Liesen, Katja Nellissen, Sascha Ott

¿Por qué somos más altos por los angeles mañana que por los angeles noche? ¿Con qué sueñan los ciegos? ¿cómo se mide los angeles altura de las montañas? ¿Cómo se forma un nudo en los angeles garganta? ¿Cómo sería los angeles Tierra sin l. a. Luna? ¿Por qué a veces se nos pega una canción? ¿por qué las olas siempre llegan a los angeles playa en línea recta? ¿Beben agua los peces? Este sorprendente y divertido libro reúne las respuestas a 70 curiosas preguntas sobre nuestro cuerpo, el mundo animal, las plantas, los angeles ciencia, l. a. tecnología y otras inquietudes o dudas que todos hemos tenido alguna vez.

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16 C HA P T E R 2 Basic Ideas application issues commands to the PostScript interpreter and sometimes reads information back from it. • In the interactive programming language model, an interactive session takes place directly between a programmer and the PostScript interpreter; the programmer issues PostScript commands for immediate execution. 1 How the PostScript interpreter and an application interact Even when a PostScript interpreter is being used noninteractively to execute page descriptions prepared previously, there may be some dynamic interactions between the print manager or spooler and the PostScript interpreter.

One, two, or three octal digits may be specified, with high-order overflow ignored. This notation is preferred for specifying a character outside the recommended ASCII character set for the PostScript language, since the notation itself stays within the standard set and thereby avoids possible difficulties in transmitting or storing the text of the program. It is recommended that three octal digits always be used, with leading zeros as needed, to prevent ambiguity. The string (\0053), for example, contains two characters—an ASCII 5 (Control-E) followed by the digit 3—whereas the strings (\53) and (\053) contain one character, the ASCII character whose code is octal 53 (plus sign).

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