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Sorry, most of my description of the E book was response to Jumper's question in post 2.I think Teor was talking about changes from the 2014 to the 2017
Haha.. I know what pdf is. But is it an ebook? How about epub? That is why i said ebook is a generic term. It could be pdf or not, as long as it is electronic.
You might say, how about doc word?..well, for me, if it is a book, then it is an ebook, simple, electronic book. Thats it.
For me a pdf is a specific format of the NEC, it is not fancy, it is simply a pdf copy of the printed NEC. No more no less.
In some years they only offered electronic books that where not pdf, in my opinion they where clunky formats made to prevent copying and disturbing the NEC.
Personally I prefer a basic pdf format.