JPEG/JFIF file format specification?

Like the Q title says, I want the official specs for jpg files. I want it in electronic form, as file/url/email, not a book recommendation. It should specify the general structure rules, the marker values (like FF D8 is SOI, FF E0 is APP0,...) and the corresponding record definitions,... everything.
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kuk010998Author Commented:
Sounds like 'bingo!'. However, this server is currently not answering. Got a copy?
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Yes. Just give me your e-mail.
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kuk010998Author Commented:
Just took dcs.ed.ak.uk a while - sorry, I already knew the file you liked, and it only describes an extension to the format I am seeking - it instructs you to include one or two specially formatted APP0 markers in your jpg, I cite:
"The JPEG File Interchange Format is entirely compatible with the standard JPEG
interchange format;  the only additional requirement is the mandatory presence of the
APP0 marker right after the SOI marker..."
It does not even define the value of APP0 (FF E0)...
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LischkeCommented:
This site has what you need:

http://www.wotsit.org/

Ciao, Mike
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kuk010998Author Commented:
Yup. That does it (I expect - now where to get GhostScript from - no way I'm going to copy that 5MB ps file to my laser). An 'A' for introducing me to that good (as opposed to evil) site alone.
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LischkeCommented:
:-) thanks, I haven't found yet a better site regarding 2D and 3D file formats than Wotsit's...

Ciao, Mike
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