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     Symbol sets are unique groupings of characters
     (alphabetic, numeric, punctuation and special symbols)
     designed to meet the requirements of specific languages
     and occupations.
     This program prints the entire PC-8 symbol set
     including the normally transparent symbols.  For more
     information concerning symbol sets refer to your
     printer user's manual or the PCL5 Printer Language
     Technical Reference Manual.
          Note:  This example is written using
                 GWBASIC as it utilizes specific
                 commands only available through
                 a programming language.  Each
                 program language has a different
                 set of commands to perform a
                 similar function.  This cannot
                 be done in EDIT due to the
                 for/next loop command.


10   WIDTH "LPT1:",255             Statement prevents Basic
                                   from inserting carriage
                                   return after 80 character
                                   are printed.
20   LPRINT CHR$(27);"E"           Printer Reset
30   LPRINT CHR$(27);"&s0C"        Enables end of line wrap
40   LPRINT CHR$(27);"(10U"        Selects the PC-8 Symbol Set
50   LPRINT                        Selects a 10 pitch, 12
     CHR$(27);"(s0p10h12v0s0b3T"   point, upright medium,
                                   Courier Font.
60   FOR I =1 TO 255               BASIC Command beginning the
                                   For/ Next loop which defines
                                   the range of values to be
70   LPRINT CHR$(27);"&p1X"        Allows normally unprintable
                                   characters to be printed
80   LPRINT CHR$(I);               Basic command which prints
                                   the current character
90   NEXT I                        Basic command which end
100  LPRINT CHR$(27);"E"           Resets and Ejects page
110  END                           Ends Program In Basic

            Copyright  Hewlett-Packard Co. 1993
   The information contained herein is subject to change
                      without notice.
   Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for incidental or
  consequential damages in connection with the use of this


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