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Stay On-Top of Your Things with your Tablet
Tue, 10 Apr 2012 23:49:56 -0500

To be able to understand everything that the students are thought, they may need different facilities to learn better and this is made easier with the features found with the Motorola Droid Xyboard tablet. Since the tablet use touch screen, it is also important if you get the Motorola Droid Xyboard screen protector to help keep your screen viewable and clean. The phone come with a QWERTY slide keyboard which you can also use. The keyboard is important especially when you take notes and when you would like to keep the data in tablet. This tablet has at least a memory of 32GB which is large enough to store any data someone may like to keep in. You can also upload the notes using other features of the tablet and you can share them with your classmates and friends. The organizational feature of the tablet can benefit any person and you can even dictate the command to the tablet without typing. When a student uses the tablet to access its different organizational features, then he will benefit from the dual core processor with a high speed even if many people may be using different applications at the time. The tablet also can connect to the internet using both cable connection and wireless. The tablet can also connect to other devices by the use of Bluetooth connectivity. With this feature, it will be easier for the people to share the information among themselves and in getting the information they need. The Motorola Droid Xyboard accessories are great when it comes to enhancing the features of your smart phone.In case you can use your tablet in the right way, it can be beneficial for you. However if you use in the wrong way, then it can cause damage for you. Instead of using the tablet for the organization purpose that they have been built for, the users can choose to watch movies and listening to the music in the time that he should have done something productive. The tablet can be used for business use, for work related and for studies. The professionals and the organizations also can benefit from using this kind of tablet. The battery life of this tablet is also the second generation and it can help the user to use the program for sometime. It can survive for long hours when the user is checking the mails or watching the videos . There is also the heavy usage of the data application like the PDF readers, QuickOffice and Evernote which cannot make the battery to lose power easily. The battery will drain only when the tablet is being used heavily, otherwise if it is kept idle, the battery can stay longer. The extra organizational application that you can benefit from include the QuickOffice and it is ready installed in the Xyboard and ready to be used. Please also ensure to equip the Motorola Droid Xyboard case to protect it. -- Thinking about purchasing one of the hundreds of Motorola Droid Xyboard accessories, please visit Exclusive Mobile Shop. We carry everything from Motorola Droid Xyboard screen protectors to antenna boosters all at discounted prices.
Maintaining laser printer optical path
Mon, 14 Feb 2011 12:29:42 -0600

Within my personal Las Vegas Copier Servicing repair experience filthy optics has been the they most frequent failure in older laser printers with Canon machines. Be careful mainly because the optics are delicate and very easily damaged. Use an air bulb to blow off any loose dust or toner. And then use rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab or lens tissue to clean the exposed surfaces. DO NOT disassemble any optics elements since the alignment may be crucial. Hence it's a good idea to clean the entire optical path from the laser diode and forward. Most of this is inside of the scanner module and there may also be a long external reflector. With time these surfaces become covered with a film of toner or dirt and the laser beam reaching the drum gets weaker and diffused. Print quality suffers and scanner failure errors will occur, which may be intermittent at first, but gradually they will shut the printer down totally. So open up the scanner module and softly clean all the prisms, mirrors and lenses. I say gently because the mirrors are front coated and the lenses may be plastic which can be scratched by aggressive cleaning with cotton swabs. Clean the external mirror if there is one. There is also a beam detection sensor which in turn will have it's own small lens or prism which must be cleansed. Good luck. Fuser rollers can also develop a band of baked-on toner which is tricky to remove because it is harder than the fuser's PTFE coating. I have developed a cleaning method which has worked well for me so far. First, wipe the roller with a swab or soft cloth and a few drops of isopropyl alcohol. Following, stick a piece of packing tape onto the roller where the toner has adhered and rub it so that it sticks well. Ultimately, pull off the tape in the direction of a tangent line to the curve of the roller so it 'snaps' off rather than peeling it off. It may require a few tries, but the toner should come off in large pieces. A blast of cold spray can help with determined deposits. It isn't important to remove the roller from the fuser with this method--just work in small sections and turn the roller a bit more each time. With extended exposure in toner cartridges long term direct exposure to light will influence the photoconductive layer. We even cover areas of some scratched after-market drums and uncovered them to sunlight to see how it effected them. It takes extended exposure to show an effect. The printer will not detect the trouble and the printer will probably print dark for the basic constructive image laser printer. -- Copier Servicing
PCL Reference
Fri, 26 Nov 2010 23:51:25 -0600

Page Length and Size Margins and Text length Horizontal Column Spacing (HMI) Vertical Line Spacing Deskjet print modes Deskjet raster graphics print modes Absolute positioning Relative Positioning Page Orientation Font Selection Font Spacing Font Style Font Stroke Weight Selection Font TypeFace Number Selection Font Pitch Selection Font Selection by identification Font Management DownLoading Fonts Double-byte text parsing Rules patterns Raster Graphics Color DeskJet and PCL5 only Obsolete functions Color Imaging Macros diagnostics - Reset and Self Test Underline Line Ending HPGL Paper Control Transparent Print data PCL Page Length and Size Ec &l1A Executive Ec &l2A Letter Ec &l3A Legal Ec &l26A A4 Ec &l27A A3 Ec &l80A Monarch Ec &l81A Commercial 10 Ec &l90A International DL Ec &l91A International C5 Ec &l101A Custom paper Ec &l#A Unknown Paper Size (#) Ec &l#M Media type # Ec &l#P Define Page Length to # Lines PCL Margins and Text length Ec &l#E Define Top Margin at # Lines Ec &l#F Define Text Length as # Lines Ec &a#L Define Left Margin at Column # Ec &a#M Define Right Margin at Column # Ec &l#U Long edge (left) offset registration # Ec &l#Z Short edge (top) offset registration # Ec 9 Clear Margin   PCL Horizontal Column Spacing (HMI) Ec &k#H Set HMI = #/120"   PCL Vertical Line Spacing Ec &l#C Set VMI = #/48" Ec &l1D 1 LPI Ec &l2D 2 LPI Ec &l3D 3 LPI Ec &l4D 4 LPI Ec &l6D 6 LPI Ec &l8D 8 LPI Ec &l0D 12 LPI Ec &l#D Set Line Spacing to # LPI Ec = Half Line Feed Ec &u#D Set # dpi dot resolution Ec &a0N Contains negative motion Ec &a1N No negative motion   HP PCL Deskjet print modes Ec &k0W Unidirectional printing Ec &k1W Bidirectional printing Ec &k2W Unidirectional right-to-left Ec &k5W 66-line Text Scale mode Ec &k6W Text Scale mode off   HP PCL Deskjet raster graphics print modes Ec *p1N Bidirectional graphics Ec *p2N Graphics print mode left-to-right Ec *p3N Graphics print mode right-to-left Ec *p4N Smart bidirectional graphics Ec *p#N graphics print mode #   PCL Absolute positioning Ec &a#R Move to Row # Ec *p#Y Vert position = # Dots Ec &a#V Vert position # Decipoints Ec &a#C Move to Column # Ec *p#X Horiz position = # Dots Ec &a#H Horiz position # Decipoints   PCL Relative Positioning Ec &a+#R Move down # rows Ec *p+#Y Move down # Dots Ec &a+#V Move down # Decipoints Ec &a+#C Move right # cols Ec *p+#X Move right # Dots Ec &a+#H Move right # Decipoints Ec &a-#R Move up # rows Ec *p-#Y Move up # Dots Ec &a-#V Move up # Decipoints Ec &a-#C Move left # cols Ec *p-#X Move left # Dots Ec &a-#H Move left # Decipoints Ec &f0S Push Cursor Position Ec &f1S Pop Cursor Position   PCL Page Orientation Ec &l0O Portrait Ec &l1O Landscape Ec &l#O Orientation # Ec &a0P Rotation 0 Ec &a90P Rotation 90 (portrait -> landscape) Ec &a180P Rotation 180 Ec &a270P Rotation 270 (landscape -> portrait) Ec &a#P Rotation # degrees   PCL Font Selection Ec (#a see PCL font selection Ec (8U Roman-8 Symbol Set Ec (11U IBM Danish/Norwegian Symbol Set Ec (10U IBM-PC (USA) Symbol Set Ec (9U Windows 3.0 Symbol set Ec (19U Windows 3.1 Symbol set Ec )8U Roman-8 as Secondary Font Symbol Set Ec )11U IBM Danish/Norwegian as Secondary Font Symbol Set Ec )10U IBM-PC (USA) as Secondary Font Symbol Set Ec )9U Windows 3.0 Secondary Symbol set Ec )19U Windows 3.1 Secondary Symbol set   PCL Font Spacing Ec (s1P Proportional Ec (s0P Fixed Pitch Ec (s#P Unknown Font Spacing (#)! Ec )s1P Proportional Spacing for Secondary Font Ec )s0P Fixed Pitch Spacing for Secondary Font Ec )s#P Unknown Font Spacing (#)! Ec (s#H pitch # cpi Ec )s#H Secondary Font pitch # cpi Ec (s#V Point Size # Ec )s#V Secondary Font Point Size #   PCL Font Style Ec (s0S Upright Ec (s1S Italic Ec (s#S Font Style # Ec )s0S Secondary Font is Upright Ec )s1S Secondary Font is Italic Ec )s#S Secondary Font Style #   PCL Font Stroke Weight Selection Ec (s-3B Light Weight Ec (s0B Medium Weight Ec (s3B Bold Ec (s#B Weight # Ec )s-3B Secondary Font - Light Stroke Weight Ec )s0B Secondary Font - Medium Stroke Weight Ec )s3B Secondary Font - Bold Stroke Weight Ec )s#B Secondary Font - Weight #   PCL Font TypeFace Number Selection Ec (s#T Typeface # Ec )s#T Secondary Font - Typeface #   PCL Font Pitch Selection Ec &k0S Font Pitch 10.00 cpi Ec &k2S Font Pitch 16.66 cpi Ec &k4S Font Pitch 12.00 cpi Ec (3@ Choose Default font as Primary Font Ec (#@ Primary Font Requested Attribute Value # Ec )3@ Choose Default font as Secondary Font Ec (#@ Secondary Font Requested Attribute Value #   PCL Font Selection by identification Ec (#X Select Primary Font by ID (#) Ec )#X Select Secondary Font by ID (#)   PCL Font Management Ec *c#D Define Font Id # Ec *c0F Delete All Fonts Ec *c1F Delete All Temporary Fonts Ec *c2F Delete Last Font ID Specified Ec *c3F Delete LAst Font ID and Char Code Ec *c4F Make Font Temporary Ec *c5F Make Font Permanent Ec *c6F Copy/Assign Ec *c#F Unknown Font Manmagement Command (#F)!   PCL DownLoading Fonts Ec *c#E... ASCII Code # Decimal... Ec )s#W... Create Font Header of # Bytes... Ec (s#W... Download Character of # Bytes... Ec *c#R Define Symbol set ID # Ec (f#W... Define Symbol Set Characters (# Bytes)... Ec *c5S Make symbol set permanent Ec *c#S Symbol set control (#) Ec &n#W... Alphanumeric ID #...   PCL Double-byte text parsing Ec &t0P Single-byte chars Ec &t1P Single-byte chars Ec &t#P Double-byte mode #   PCL Rules Ec *c#A Rule Horizontal Size # Dots Ec *c#H Rule Horizontal Size # Decipoints Ec *c#B Rule Vertical Size # Dots Ec *c#V Rule Vertical Size # Decipoints Ec *c0P Print Black Rule Ec *c1P Print White Rule Ec *c2P Print Grey Scale Ec *c3P Print Cross-hatch Pattern Ec *c4P Print User-defined Pattern Ec *c5P Print Current Pattern   PCL patterns - same codes as for grey scale Ec *c1G HP Pattern 1 Horiz Line Ec *c2G HP Pattern 2 Vertical Line Ec *c3G HP Pattern 3 Diagonal Lines Ec *c4G HP Pattern 4 Diagonal Lines Ec *c5G HP Pattern 5 Square Grid Ec *c6G HP Pattern 6 Diagonal Grid Ec *c#G #% Grey Scale Ec *p#R pattern rotation #   PCL Raster Graphics Ec *t#R # DPI Graphics resolution Ec *r0A Start Graphics at Left Graphics Margin Ec *r1A Start Graphics at Current Cursor Ec *r2A Start Scaled Graphics at Left Graphics Margin Ec *r3A Start Scaled Graphics at Current Cursor Ec *b#W... # Graphics data bytes... Ec *rB End Graphics Ec *rC End Graphics with reset Ec *r0F Rotate image Ec *r3F LaserJet Landscape compatible Ec *g#W... Configure raster data # bytes Ec *b#Y... move vertically # raster lines... Ec *r#T raster height # pixels Ec *r#S raster width # pixels Ec *t#V scaled raster height # Ec *t#H scaled raster width # Ec *b0M uncompressed Ec *b1M run-length encodes Ec *b2M packbits (bytewise run-length) Ec *b3M delta row compression Ec *b4M block data Ec *b5M adaptive compression Ec *b6M CCITT3 1-D compression Ec *b7M CCITT3 2-D compression Ec *b8M CCITT4 compression   PCL Color DeskJet and PCL5 only Ec *b9M DeskJet compression Ec *b#M unknown row compression mode # Ec *b#S seed row # source Ec *b#V... # colour data bytes Ec *r1Q draft quality graphics Ec *r2Q NLQ graphics Ec *r-3U 3-planes CYM Ec *r-4U 4-planes CYMK Ec *r1U single plane palette Ec *r3U 3-planes RGB Ec *r#U Unknown palette (#) Ec *b#B Gray Balance # Ec *o#M Print quality (#) Ec *o#Q raster graphics shingling (#) Ec *o#D raster graphics depletion (#) Ec *c#W- define pattern # bytes Ec *p0R rotate patterns Ec *p1R no pattern rotation Ec *c#Q temp/perm pattern mode #   PCL Obsolete functions Ec *p#N raster print mode # Ec *r#Q raster print quality #   PCL Color Ec *v#S foreground colour # Ec &p#I palette ID # Ec &p0C delete all palettes Ec &p1C clear palette stack Ec &p2C delete palette Ec &p6C copy palette to current ID Ec &p#S select palette ID # Ec *v18W- configure image data (RGB or CYM) Ec *v30W- configure image data (CIE L*a*b) Ec *v86W- configure image data (Colorimetric RGB) Ec *v122W- configure image data (Luminence-Chrominence) Ec *v#W... configure image data # bytes (RGB) Ec &b0M Mixed monochrome rendering Ec &b1M Gray equivalent Ec *v#A colour component 1=# Ec *v#B colour component 2=# Ec *v#C colour component 3=# Ec *v#I assign components to palette index # Ec *p0P push palette Ec *p1P pop palette Ec *t#I Gamma correction # Ec *l#W... Colour look-up table # bytes Ec &b0F Matte finish Ec &b1F Glossy finish Ec &b#T Dry time # Ec *o#W... Colour treatment   PCL Imaging Ec *v0T pattern = solid black Ec *v1T pattern = solid white Ec *v2T pattern = shading Ec *v3T pattern = cross-hatched Ec *v4T pattern = user-defined Ec *v#T Unknown shading pattern # Ec *v0N transparent source Ec *v1N opaque source Ec *v0O transparent pattern Ec *v1O opaque pattern Ec *l#O rasterOp # Ec *t#J halftone render algorithm # Ec *m#W... download dither matrix # bytes Ec *l#R Pixel placement #   PCL Macros Ec &f#Y Define Macro ID # Ec &f0X Start Macro Definition Ec &f1X End Macro Definition Ec &f2X Execute Macro Ec &f3X Call Macro Ec &f4X Enable Overlay Ec &f5X Disable Overlay Ec &f6X Delete Macros Ec &f7X Delete All Temporary Macros Ec &f8X Delete Macro ID Ec &f9X Make Temporary Ec &f10X Make Permanent   PCL diagnostics - Reset and Self Test Ec E Reset Ec z Self_Test Ec Y Display Functions On Ec Z Display Functions Off   PCL Underline Ec &d0D Single fixed Underline On Ec &d2D Double fixed Underline On Ec &d3D Single floating Underline On Ec &d4D Double floating Underline On Ec &d#D Underline (#) On Ec &d@ Underline Off   PCL Line ending Ec &s0C Enable Line Wrap Ec &s1C Disable Line Wrap   PCL Paper Control Ec &l#X Select # Copies Ec &l#G Select bin # Ec &r#F Flush pages # Ec &l-1H Feed Z-fold media Ec &l0H Eject Page Ec &l0V Conditional page feed Ec &l1H Feed from Tray 1 (upper) Ec &l2H Manual Feed Ec &l3H Manual Envelope Feed Ec &l4H Feed from Tray 2 (lower) Ec &l5H Feed from paper deck Ec &l#H Feed from source # Ec &l#T Job separation (#) Ec &l0L Disable Perf Skip Ec &l1L Enable Perf Skip Ec &a0G Next side Ec &a1G Front side Ec &a2G Back side Ec &l0S Simplex Ec &l1S Duplex Long-edge binding Ec &l2S Duplex Short-edge binding Ec &l1T Job separation - paper offset   PCL/HPGL Ec *c#X HP GL Picture frame width # decipoints Ec *c#Y HP GL Picture frame height # decipoints Ec *c0T HP GL Picture anchor point = current position Ec *c#K # inches HP GL plot width Ec *c#L # inches HP GL plot height   PCL Line Termination Ec &k0G CR=CR LF=LF FF=FF Ec &k1G CR=CR+LF Lf=LF FF=FF Ec &k2G CR=CR LF=CR+LF FF=CR+FF Ec &k3G CR=CR+LF LF=CR+LF FF=CR+FF   PCL Transparent Print data Ec &p#X... Transparent Print Data # Bytes... --
LIPS - Canon Laser-beam Image Processing System
Sat, 13 Nov 2010 01:03:24 -0600

LIPS supports Diablo 630 (the factory setting for the command mode), ISO mode (for printing text data and raster graphics) and VDM mode (for vector graphics and character printing). Another name for this emulation is CaPSL. LIPS is based on ISO/IEC 646 - 7-bit coded character set for information interchange ISO/IEC 6429 - ECMA-48 Control Functions for Coded Character Sets ISO/IEC 2022 - Character code structure and extension techniques X3H33 - ANSI X3H33 (VDM) Versions LIPS I 1984 - (Models: LBP-8 AJ1, LBP-8 AJ2) LIPS II 1987 - (Models: LBP-B406, LBP-A408) LIPS III 1989 - (Models: LBP-B406 Series, LBP-A404 Series, LBP-405Jr, LBP-A304 Series, LBP-A309G II) LIPS IVc 1993 - (Models: BJC-880J, BJC-680J) LIPS IV 1995 - (Models: LBP-730) Reference CaPSL III escape codes: lbp_escapes.txt There are some japanese reference manuals available from the japanese Canon FTP site: ESC 0x1b CSI 0xE9 DCS 0xDC ST 0xEA   Command Syntax Version Reset ESC;ESCcESC; Soft Reset ESC< LIPS 3 Fullpaint Mode ESC[2&z Select Page Type ESC[#p # = numerical, ascii even = portrait uneven = landscape 12/13 = A3 14/15 = A4 16/17 = A5 18/19 = Postcard 20/21 = A4 24/25 = B4 26/27 = B5 28/29 = B6 30/31 = Letter 32/33 = Legal 40/41 = Executive Set Mode ESC[#h # = numerical, ascii Select Unit Size (300dpi) ESC[7 I Move # dots up ESC[#k # = numerical, ascii --
Diablo 630
Sat, 13 Nov 2010 00:59:05 -0600

Diablo 630 emulation was originally used with daisywheel printers and typewriters. It supports only sequences for tabulation, line and character spacing, attribute selection (bold, double-strike, underline), horizontal movement in both directions, proportional spacing and automatic centering and justification among others. This emulation is sometimes used by other vendors as a base for their printer specific emulation. Reference Some information can be found in the “Brother Laser Printer HL-Series - Technical Reference Guide“: hl-series_techreference_revc_oct1994.pdf Command Syntax and Format Syntax The following conventions are used in this description of the Diablo 630 mode software commands: A letter, control code, word or number in upright bold text is a literal character and should be sent to the printer as the character code. A letter or word in italics is a variable and you must substitute the appropriate value or values when using the command. A statement element enclosed in angle brackets < > may be of any size up to some specified maximum. Conventions The printable area is the area of the page where the printer can place a dot. The units of horizontal and vertical movement on the page are the horizontal motion index (HMI) and vertical motion index (VMI). You can set these units as you wish and then move the print position horizontally or vertically in multiples of them. The bits that comprise a byte of data are numbered 1 to 8. Bit 1 is the least significant bit (LSB) and bit 8 is the most significant bit (MSB). Control Codes Control codes are ASCII codes that instruct the printer to perform a particular operation, such as a line feed. Send a control code to the printer by sending the same type of instruction you would use to print a character using its ASCII code number. For example, the ASCII code for a form feed is 12, so to get the printer to perform a form feed use the following BASIC statement: LPRINT CHR$(12); The CHR$ operator is normally used to convert an ASCII code into its corresponding character. Escape Sequences Escape sequences tell the printer the Diablo 630 mode function to perform. An escape sequence consists of the Esc character followed by one or more characters which define the operation to be performed. Send an escape sequence to the printer by sending the same type of instruction you would use to print characters using their ASCII codes. Some escape sequences require parameter values or data following them, for example, commands which turn a particular feature on and off. Numerical parameter data, too, is sent to the printer as if it were a character code to be printed. For example, to move the print position to the third column position on the page the required escape sequence is Esc HT 3. In BASIC this would be: LPRINT CHR$(27); CHR$(9); CHR$(3); Commands Margins and Formatting <Esc> <EM> n Paper input control <Esc> <FF> n Set page length <HT> Horizontal tab <Esc> <HT> n Absolute horizontal tab <Esc> 1 Set horizontal tab at current position <Esc> 8 Clear horizontal tab at current position <VT> Vertical tab <Esc> - Set vertical tab at current position <Esc> 2 Clear vertical Tab Stop at current position <Esc> <VT> n Absolute vertical tab <Esc> T Set top margin at current position <Esc> L Set bottom margin at current position <Esc> C Clear top and bottom margins <Esc> 9 Set left margin at current position <Esc> 0 Set right margin at current position <Esc> <Ctrl+L> n Set lines per page to n Carriage Movement <SP> Space <BS> Backspace <CR> Carriage return <Esc> ? Enable auto Carriage Return <Esc> ! Disable auto Carriage Return <Esc> <Ctrl+→n Set horizontal motion index (HMI) n-1 <Esc> S Reset horizontal motion index (HMI) to spacing switch <Esc> <Ctrl+I> n Absolute horizontal Tab Stop to print column <Esc> / Auto backward printing mode <Esc> \ Cancel auto backward printing mode <Esc> < Enable reverse printing mode <Esc> > Disable reverse printing mode <Esc> 5 Set forward printing mode <Esc> 6 Set backward printing mode Paper Movement <LF> Line feed <FF> Form feed <Esc> <Ctrl+⇒n Set vertical motion index (VMI) n-1 <Esc> <Ctrl+K> n Absolute vertical to print line <Esc> U Half line feed <Esc> <LF> <Esc> <Ctrl+J> Reverse line feed <Esc> D Reverse half line feed <Esc> " Set automatic line feed <Esc> # Cancel automatic line feed Printing Commands <Esc> 3 Set graphics mode <Esc> 4 Cancel graphics mode <Esc> A Print in secondary color (Red) <Esc> B Print in primary color (Black) <Esc> 7 Enable print suppression <Ctrl+N> Enable ECS mode, print supplementary characters <Ctrl+O> Disable ECS mode, print primary characters Word Processing Commands <Esc> P Set proportional spacing <Esc> Q Cancel proportional spacing <Esc> <Ctrl+Q> n Set offset to (n) <Esc> E Set underline print mode <Esc> R Cancel underline print mode <Esc> F Set double-strike mode <Esc> H Set auto strike-out print mode <Esc> I Cancel auto strike-out print mode <Esc> O Set bold print mode <Esc> W Set shadow print mode <Esc> & Cancel bold and shadow print modes <Esc> M Enable auto justify <Esc> = Enable auto center <Esc> <Ctrl+H> Backspace 1/120” <Esc> % Increase Carriage settling time to 20 msec <Esc> N Restore normal Carriage settling time <Esc> <Ctrl+N> M Enable program mode <Esc> X Cancel all Word Processing modes except PS Miscellaneous Commands <BEL> Bell <DC1> Enable printer <DC3> Disable printer <Esc> <Ctrl+M> P Initiate remote Reset <Esc> <CR> mode Change emulation mode / reset printer <Esc> <CR> ! # R User reset <Esc> @ Set EPSON emulation mode <Esc> G <Esc> V Enable HyPLOT mode <Esc> Y Print character assigned to character code 32 <Esc> Z Print character assigned to character code 127 <Esc> <Ctrl+N> <Ctrl+R> Enable printwheel down-load mode <Ctrl+T> Exit printwheel down-load mode <Esc> <Ctrl+Z> n Enable remote diagnostics mode <Esc> <Ctrl+Y> n Enable auto sheet feeder operation --
AFP - Advanced Function Printing
Sat, 13 Nov 2010 00:53:55 -0600

AFP is used on IBM Mainframes for page printers. It is an architected presentation function set of the Mixed Object Document Content Architecture (MO:DCA), which is part of IBM’s System Application Architecture. You don’t actually print with AFP. MO:DCA, IPDS (Intelligent Printer Data Stream) and other is used for printing. The information we have may be out of date, but it used to contain PTOCA (Print Text Object Content Architecture), GOCA (Graphic Object Content Architecture), IOCA (Image Object Content Architecture) as well as some other, non-SAA descriptors (simple image, for example). IPDS is IBM’s SAA printing language. It handles a variety of bit-mapped fonts, simple graphics primitives, and bit-mapped images. Because of the simplicity of the imaging model, it can be used to drive high speed laser printers. What's AFP in a nutshell? An architecture that defines the interchange of data. A collection of products to manage your information. Products for creating, indexing, viewing, distributing, and printing information. A way to distribute information directly to the people who need it, who then use the information in whatever format is best. A way to immediately enhance your line-printing applications and improve the print quality of your text and graphics applications. The solution for your information-presentation needs. See also MO:DCA (IBM Mixed Object Document Content Architecture-Presentation) --

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