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Xerox Metacode

Xerox Metacode

Xerox Metacode

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I know this is off-topic, but I thought this group offered the best chance. I'm looking for any documentation on the Xerox Metacode format. I've got my hands on some samples and need to figure out basic commands, such as what constitutes a "page feed" command.

I see lots of references to "Metacode", "DJDE" and "LCDS", used almost interchangably.

My samples come with a ".nfo" and a ".dat" file. The nfo file contains a list of parameters including "processmode = LCDS", so I believe I'm looking at LCDS files?

Any light in this dark tunnel would be welcome.

Thomas D. Greer
www.tgreer.com

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