Korean Solaris User's Guide

Printing with the xetops and xutops Utilities

The xetops and xutops utilities convert Korean text into a bitmapped graphics printed image. They allow you to print Korean characters using a PostScript-based printer.

Note -

Starting with the next release of the Solaris environment, xetops and xutops may no longer be supported in future releases.

A typical command line for printing a file named filename containing Korean characters, with or without ASCII/English characters, would be as follows:

system%  pr filename | xetops | lp 
system%  pr filename | xutops | lp 

Make filename the name of the file to print. This file may contain ASCII/English characters as well as Korean. Refer to the xetops(1) and xutops(1) man pages for more detailed information.