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September 7, 1967: Typesetting by computer

Source:  TNMOC

Perhaps one of the most difficult tasks with which a printer is faced lies in the setting of mathematical and chemical formulae. This problem has never seemed to loom as large as it does today when the output of technical literature is rising at such a tremendous rate and its content is becoming increasingly complex.

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