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Re: Ancient Printer Documentation

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  • RonK
    Thanks for the offer, Bill. Actually, I did go on Google, and found there was still lots of good information to be gleaned from the net, under ASCII printer
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      Thanks for the offer, Bill.

      Actually, I did go on Google, and found there was still lots of good information to be gleaned from the net, under "ASCII printer codes". Glad to see the Internet is still, "backward compatible" in this regard. Lots of other "Vintage Info" is no longer available. :-)

      Ron

      --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, B Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hey Ron,
      > What printer, maybe I have the actual manual. I know that these
      > commands were in HP laserjet manuals because I used to use them when I
      > programmed using the Clipper language. I have a chart from a Gemini
      > 10X/15X nearby, what exactly do you need?
      > Bill Degnan
      >
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