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     The Transparent Print Data command provides printing
     access to those characters which the printer normally
     defines as unprintable.  These characters include
     decimal character codes 0, 7-15, and 27.
     LEGEND:  Ec = [Ctrl] [P] [Esc] in DOS EDIT

     Ec&p#X [Transparent Print Data]
     # = Number of bytes of transparent print data

     Each transparent print data byte is interpreted as a
     single character code.  The appropriate character is
     printed if one exists.  If in Transparent Print Data
     mode, control codes such as LF, CR, and FF will be
     treated as print data.


     Assuming the currently selected symbol set is PC-8, a
     control code of 14 which would normally give you a line
     feed will print as a musical note in Transparent Print
     Data mode.
          Ec&p1X [ASCII 14]

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