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Subject:Re: Looking for ISO specs on the web.... From:John Kohl <sasjqk -at- UNX -dot- SAS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 2 Dec 1996 20:00:13 GMT
In article <199612021835 -dot- KAA07737 -at- mail1 -dot- electric -dot- net>, Ben Laborie
<blaborie -at- dees -dot- com> writes:
|> Can anyone help me find some ISO documentation specs on the web? I don't
|> have an internet hookup on my work pc and consequently have to do my web
|> searching etc at home. I'd just use excite but then again, I might as
|> well try this list...
|> Also don't feel like treking down to the library in the snow....
|> Ben Laborie
|> Technical Writer
|> Dees Communciations
Well, I don't think you will find the actual ISO specs on the web, but
there is information about ISO publications and how to order them at