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Printing a single line of text and having the printer to "hold"

Posted on 2004-09-07
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Hi,

I want to be able to click a button and print the output , but I want the program to stop at the end of this output.  A long time ago I had a dot matrix printer and this did it automatically unfortunately that printer is long gone.

I want to print output then, when I print again the output should go to the next line and so on like this:

This is the first line of output
This is the second line of output
etc.....

Kind Regards

Mark
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I think my solution works, just waiting for author's feedback.
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