• Subject: Re: Printing the same spool file in TWO printers in the same time
  • From: david.kahn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 12:31:34 +0000

Mark Lazarus <mlazarus@ttec.com> wrote:

>This is not true.  You can define PAGE as large as you like.  There is a
>default size, but you can override it.


Sorry, yes, you're absolutely right.

The default size for PAGE, PAGE1 etc. is 4,0 but you can define any valid
integer size you want. PAGNBR is always 4,0. PAGE does not get reset when
you close and re-open the file, PAGNBR does. PAGE can be reset to any value
you want, PAGNBR can only be reset to 1.

Dave Kahn, ABB Steward Ltd.

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