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Dreifur prˇfarkalestur Rafbˇkavefsins er veflŠg afer til a koma eldri prentuum texta ß rafbˇkaform.
═ yfirlestri fß notendur annars vegar skannaa mynd og hins vegar ljˇslesinn text. Ůannig er auvelt a bera ljˇslesna textann vi upprunalegu sÝuna. Ůegar fyrsti yfirlesarinn er b˙inn me sÝuna fŠr annar s÷mu sÝu til a athuga hvort fleiri villur finnist ■ar..
Ůegar allar sÝurnar hafa veri yfirlesnar fara ■Šr Ý eftirvinnslu ■ar sem ■eim er safna saman Ý rafbˇk sem er ÷llum agengileg ß Rafbˇkavefnum..
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