In contrast, TIFF uses non-lossy compression.
While in practice TIFF usually uses non-lossy compression, it *can* be
lossy. TIFF files can use a variety of compression schemes, one of
which is JPEG! Fortunately, lossy TIFF files are quite rare.
Some of you probably won't believe me, so here are a few references:
The last two URLs, by the way, are fairly good introductions to file
formats in general.
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