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Printer Command

Printer Command

Printer Command

Hello everyone !!!
Please help me to understand the script file :

It's PCL ? other language ?

Thank You In Advance,


RE: Printer Command

It is NOT PCL.

I think that it is the (proprietary) Prescribe language used as a PCL 'add-on' (with Kyocera-Mita printers?).

RE: Printer Command

I don't sure about Kyocera, I think this script was used for Xerox printer, may be ?
Can I replace that script this PCL (universal) script ?
Where I can found good documentation for this ?

RE: Printer Command

You Right !
It's really Kyocera.....
Can you recommend me any option to write this script
by any universal language ?

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