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Old 10-07-2012, 02:18 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by uebyn View Post
Like your POV.

I read somewhere, though, that the cost of programming that goes behind the ebook is considerably high. Maybe that's why it translates into higher costs
The programming required to produce an ebook file is the same as the programming required to set up a book for printing (either on an offset or on a digital printing line). And this work has not to be done twice (for printing and ebook processing): for anything that is available in a standard electronic format, converting into an ebook file does not require much of a programming effort.
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