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Re: unix command "mp"



   >From: Anthony J Placilla <anthony_placilla suth com>
   >Date: Fri May 2 2003  9:46am
   >To:   "Psyche-list redhat com" <Psyche-list redhat com>
   >Subj: Re: unix command "mp"
   >
   >On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 11:14, Vincent J. Buonassisi wrote:
   >> hi,
   >> 
   >> is there a similar linux command for the unix command mp that is on 
   >> solaris?  mp is a postscript pretty printer command which allows you to 
   >> specify how many pages to print per page, the heading of the page, line 
   >> wrap, etc.
   >> 
   >> thanks,
   >> 
   >> vince
   >
   >
   >I believe 'mpage' is what you seek
   >
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   >
   >
   >perl -e 'print $i=pack(c5, (41*2), sqrt(7056), (unpack(c,H)-2), oct(115), 10);'
   >
   >
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You can also use /usr/bin/enscript



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