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Language Pcl LJ1880

VARYING THE CHORD ANGLE

     
     The chord angle refers to the angle used to draw an arc
     in a curve. The smaller the chord angle the smoother
     the curve. The default is a chord angle of 5 degrees.
     For more information see the PCL 5 Printer Language
     Technical Reference Manual.
     
     LEGEND: Ec = [Ctrl] [P] [Esc] in DOS EDIT
     
     EcE                           Resets the printer.
     
     Ec%0B                         Enters HP-GL/2 mode.
     
     IN;                           Initializes HP-GL/2 mode.
     
     SP1;                          Selects pen number one
                                   (black). Even though
                                   there is no physical pen,
                                   the SP command must be
                                   used to enable printing.
     
     PA2000,0;                     Specifies (2000,0) as the
                                   starting point, to plot
                                   absolute.
     
     PD;AA0,0,45,25;               With the pen down, draws
                                   a 45 degree arc (positive
                                   angle) with center
                                   coordinates of (0,0) and
                                   a chord angle of 25
                                   degrees.
     
     PU1050,1060;                  Lifts the pen and moves
                                   to coordinates
                                   (1050,1060) Plotter Units
                                   (PLU).
     
     PD;AA0,0,-45,10;              With the pen down, draws
                                   a 45 degree arc (negative
                                   angle) using the same
                                   center point as the first
                                   arc, but with a 10 degree
                                   chord angle.
     
     PU;1000,0;                    Lifts the pen and moves
                                   to coordinates (1000,0),
                                   PLU.
     
     PD;AA0,0,45;                  With the pen down, draws
                                   another 45 degree arc
                                   (positive angle) with the
                                   same center point, but
                                   with the default chord
                                   angle of 5 degrees.
     
     Ec%0A                         Enters PCL mode.
     
     EcE                           Sends a reset to end the
                                   job and eject the page.
     
     
     
     
            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
                         material.
     


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