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Is 654 octets as much as a Page of Text?

It's about one-fourth as much as a Page of Text
The amount of a Page of Text is about 2,400 octets.
(50 lines, 50 characters per line, ASCII encoding)
A 50-character-per-line, 50-line page of Latin alphabet text requires 2,500 octets when digitally represented. The Google Books project, which has produced hundreds of millions of pages of digital text, used a robotic device to digitize over eight million titles at a rate of about 1,000 pages per second.
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