printing vertical line

Posted on 2002-07-21
Last Modified: 2010-05-02

how i going to print vertical line directly to printer?
Question by:khairil
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mcoop earned 50 total points
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printer.line (100,100)-(100,printer.scaleheight-100)

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Thanks it really /should/ have been

printer.line (100,100)-(100,printer.scaleheight-200)

(100 in from top and bottom... 100 already offset from top !)

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