The Postscript is a kind of programming language which is concatenate in nature and therefore it is used as a page description language in desktop publishing or electronic areas. It has been created by John Warnock and Geschke in 1982 with the first version being introduced to the world in 1982.
Different Versions of Postscript Language:
The Postscript Level 1 was the first version introduce in the market. The Level 2 was the next one release in the market in 1991. This version provided support for composite fonts as well as in-RIP separations. It could even decompress the images or graphics. After this version, Level 3 was design and released at the end of 1997. This kind of level could produce magnetic pictures with great visual effects which can used for printing on magazines and much more.
Uses of This Programming Language:
There are a variety of uses of the programming language. A person can easily make use of this language for printing purposes. Laser printers use the best features of both the printers and plotters. However, the postscript has great potential to offer high quality graphics or images. You can also print well on papers as this application gives a soft effect or smooth appearance to the images. It also has great conversion ability as it can converted into any format with the help of computer programs or tools available in the market. For instance, you have your document saved in a Postscript language and you want to create PDF file format out of it. This is possible with the help of PDF converter tools available in the market.
A person can either use the computer programs which are free of cost or are available with the price. You can perform the conversion and convert it into any other desirable or specified format. This feature makes your task flexible and compatible across different platforms.