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XMDF (E-book format)

ever-eXtending Mobile Document Format (XMDF)
Initial release 1999
Type of format e-book file format

XMDF (ever-eXtending Mobile Document Format) is the name of a file format for viewing electronic books. It was originally developed by Sharp Corporation for its Zaurus platform. It is primarily used in Japan.[1]


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  1. ^ a b c d "シャープが、様々な要望を基にしたXMDF".  
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