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    Ok. Some markings are from a language. Granted. You say that the text provides information. Sure. You say that the intent of the author may be lost forever, sure... maybe. I can go with that. I would grant that the author had intent.

    So what?

    It does not follow from this that the text is still meaningful.
    creativesoul

    It doesn't follow that it's not, unless your definition makes it so. In that case, the real question would be: why are you doing that? It doesn't seem helpful.
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