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  2. CamScanner - Wikipedia

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    It allows users to 'scan' documents (by taking a photo with the device's camera) and share the photo as either a JPEG or PDF. This app is available free of charge on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. The app is based on freemium model, with ad-supported free version and a premium version with additional functions.

  3. STDU Viewer - Wikipedia

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    STDU Viewer is computer software, a compact viewer for many computer file formats: Portable Document Format (PDF), World Wide Fund for Nature (), DjVu, comic book archive (CBR or CBZ), FB2, ePUB, XML Paper Specification (XPS), Text Compression for Reader (TCR), Mobipocket (MOBI), AZW, multi-page TIFF, text file (TXT), PalmDoc (), Windows Metafile (EMF), Windows Metafile (WMF), bitmap ...

  4. Microsoft Works - Wikipedia

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    LibreOffice, NeoOffice and OxygenOffice have included libwps. libwps also provides a command line converter. One commercially available solution for converting to and from Microsoft Works files on the Macintosh platform apparently in 2016 was the MacLinkPlus product from DataViz. Free online conversion services in 2016 were also available.

  5. Open XML Paper Specification - Wikipedia

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    There are many resources for converting from XPS to PDF and some for converting from PDF to XPS. A method often suggested is to open an XPS file in a program with printing capability, and then "print" to a virtual PDF printer such as Microsoft Print to PDF, [10] with a similar procedure to convert from PDF to XPS.

  6. Audio bit depth - Wikipedia

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    24-bit audio does not require dithering, as the noise level of the digital converter is always louder than the required level of any dither that might be applied. 24-bit audio could theoretically encode 144 dB of dynamic range, but based on manufacturer's datasheets no ADCs exist that can provide higher than ~125 dB.

  7. EWTN - Wikipedia

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    EWTN is the largest religious media network in the world, and it says it has a reach of a quarter-billion people in 140 countries. The network is unrated in the United States, though various articles cite millions of viewers watch per month. On YouTube and other social media platforms, EWTN has more than 1,000,000 active followers and online ...

  8. Monad (functional programming) - Wikipedia

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    This is where a free monad comes in; as a free object in the category of monads, it can represent monadic structure without any specific constraints beyond the monad laws themselves. Just as a free monoid concatenates elements without evaluation, a free monad allows chaining computations with markers to satisfy the type system, but otherwise ...

  9. Romanization of Greek - Wikipedia

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    ELOT 743 Converter, a free online tool by the Greek government for official purposes using 2nd-edition ELOT transcription (in Greek) Google Translate, a free online tool providing UN transliteration of Modern Greek. Also comes as application; Transliterate.com, a free online tool providing transliteration of Ancient Greek