Bigprint function

Posted on 2003-04-01
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Last Modified: 2010-04-15
Does anybody have a C function that takes a string in and produces encoded characters for printing large characters, such as those that would separate print job on a shared printer ?

Such as passing in a string of "H" and getting back multiple lines (as below)for printing a separator page on the printer. Will be able to pass in A-Z and 0-9...maybe lower case also.

       H     H
       H     H
       H     H
       H     H
       H     H
       H     H


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