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PDF Generation Test Course

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Course by: Chuck Bearden. E-mail the author

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Summary: A Connexions test collection for verifying the assemble-on-demand printing functionality. 0 i =1xi32d x x 0 i 1 x i 3 2

Institution: Connexions

This collection contains: Modules by: Adan Galvan, Christopher Kelty, Chuck Bearden, Connexions, Darryl Morrell, Don Johnson, Ian Barland, Jason Holden, John Greiner, Jose A. Cruz-Cruz, Malan Shiralkar, Matthias Felleisen, Melissa Selik, Moshe Vardi, National Instruments, Nick Kingsbury, Phokion Kolaitis, Richard Baraniuk, William Frey.

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