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Using Initialization and Reset Strings

Use the initialization and reset strings to set and reset the orientation, character set and line density for your printer.

Initialization and reset strings consist of control characters and escape sequences.

Attention: You see "/e" for escape sequences defined using the Printer Drivers form (because you cannot enter the backslash ( \ ) character into a form when your terminal definition uses backslash as the [Menu] key). You see "\e" for escape sequences originally defined in .pdf files that were upgraded to release 11 printer drivers.

For non-printable characters, you may represent their value in octal mode. For example, 0x26 is represented as " /046 ". As an example, if you need to represent the escape sequence:

you can represent it as:

See Also

Customizing Printing Support in Oracle Applications

Using a Spool File

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