This is a format for presenting fonts in PDF files that was initially conceived to store symbols in the Japanese and Chinese languages because it had a 16-bit structure and allowed for more precise adjustment. CID expands the the potential for PostScript by supporting languages that do not have a left-to-right orientation, and by supporting even a vertical mode of orientation.
This is an image file format written in textual form in the C language. It is used in the X Windows System interface for remote connections, which is designed to serve clients and servers. This format can be used to store color and monochrome images.