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Is there a software can translate postscript file into a text file?

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Is there such a tool that we can quote other's thesis
easier,please.
Thanks.

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You could try the ghostscript-software package, it can be used in transforming PS-files into some data understood by various printers. I think it can dither the PS into plain text, too.
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