|1.||A parliamentary publication, so called from its blue paper covers.|
|2.||The United States official "Biennial Register."|
|Noun||1.||blue book - a report published by the British government; bound in blue|
|2.||blue book - a register of persons who are socially prominent|
|3.||blue book - a blue-covered booklet used in universities for writing examinations|
|1.||(publication)||Blue Book - Informal name for one of the four standard
references on the page-layout and graphics-control language
PostScript. The other three official guides are known as
the Green Book, the Red Book, and the White Book.|
["PostScript Language Tutorial and Cookbook", Adobe Systems, Addison-Wesley 1985, (ISBN 0-201-10179-3)].
|2.||(publication)||Blue Book - Informal name for one of the three standard
references on Smalltalk. This book also has green and red
["Smalltalk-80: The Language and its Implementation", David Robson, Addison-Wesley 1983, (ISBN 0-201-11371-63)].
|3.||(publication)||Blue Book - Any of the 1988 standards issued by the
ITU-T's ninth plenary assembly. These include, among other
things, the X.400 electronic mail specification and the
Group 1 through 4 fax standards.|
See also book titles.