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1. (device independent) The usual output format of TeX, giving a description of a formatted document that is not related to any specific hardware or other standard document format. Utilities exist to view and print DVI files on various systems and devices.

2. Digital Video Input.

Last updated: 2003-09-11

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DVD-RDVD-RAMDVD-ROMDVIDvorakDwarf Storage UnitDWDMdweeb

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