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RFC 1314 (rfc1314) (5460 words)
Katz & Cohen [Page 4] RFC 1314 Image Exchange Format April 1992 The only feature of the CCITT fax that should be used is the encoding technique (preferably MMR, but with MR or MH allowed) which may be implemented with a variety of fax-oriented chips at low cost due to the popularity of fax.
Katz & Cohen [Page 9] RFC 1314 Image Exchange Format April 1992 For MMR (G4) encoded files, readers should be able to read images with only one EOFB (End Of Facsimile Block) at the end of the page and should not assume that Facsimile Blocks are of any particular size.
Katz & Cohen [Page 19] RFC 1314 Image Exchange Format April 1992 4.B. Detailed Hex Listing All offsets and values are represented by hex except for ASCII strings which are double quoted.
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