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A data structure used to store embedded documents in an OpenDoc compound document. Bento, which stands for lunch box in Japanese, provides a "container" to hold the data and a format for defining its contents.
The history of the bento box goes back to the 8th Century when it was customary for Japanese people to carry dried rice, also known as o[umlaut]onigiri', in bags, as the dried rice could easily be eaten later as it is or after adding hot or cold water.
Leveraging the solution s patented Bento Box feature which delivers pre-configured applications, Soft Dreams will offer customers pre-packaged, and sophisticated application stacks that are ready to use.
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