(Digital cameras and photo printers) Encapsulated PostScript. A computer file format based on the PostScript standard. It is supported by most graphic design and page layout programs. In addition to the PostScript code, the EPS file also contains a low resolution PICT. Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20472
Earnings Per Share calculated as the net income attributable to ordinary shares for a specific period divided by the number of outstanding ordinary shares. Companies usually use a weighted average number of shares outstanding over reporting term.
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Electronic Prescription Service. England's system allowing prescribers, primarily GPs, to send prescriptions electronically to pharmacists, rather than either printing a paper form or scrawling something in illegible handwriting. Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21423
Encapsulated PostScript - this is a type of computer-generated file containing the necessary PostScript commands to reproduce the picture - it usually includes a 'snapshot' of the picture that can be used for positioning purposes - EPS is a defined standard allowing output from one application to be used within another
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Encapsulated PostScript. A method of storing and interchanging high resolution vectorised graphics of unlimited resolution in PC and Macintosh environments.
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