One choice would be to write the page first to a 66-line array and then
decide what is to happen if there is overflow of the array.  The page(s)
then could be printed from the array as pages instead of as lines.

In <EF6921F72F8CD111999800805FCD5D7C0D38B1@INTRANET1>, on 07/06/98 
   at 12:36 PM, Joe Giusto <JDG@patuxent.com> said:

>Is there any way to know what line number of a printed page i am on
>without keeping my own line counter?  i looked in the INFDS but unless i
>am missing something, it is not there.  (pos 152 - 153 binary will show
>the number of lines of the printer file but not the number of lines used
>on the page.)  we have a need for dynamic overflow (summary lines for an
>account can vary in number which is why i can not just set and check for
>overflow).  Hate to set it to something like 50 and waste 16 lines of
>space if i don't have to.

>thank you,

>Joe Giusto 
>Patuxent Publishing
>mailto:jdg@patuxent.com


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