USING THE BZ COMMAND The BZ command or Bezier Absolute command draws bezier curves using absolute coordinates. It uses the current pen position as the first control point, and specifies the other three control points as absolute coordinates. For more information see the PCL 5 Printer Language Technical Reference Manual. Note: The Bezier command is not supported in any printers prior to the LaserJet 4 printer. 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 1 (black). Even though there is no physical pen, the SP command must be used to enable printing. PA1016,5080; Specifies the absolute point (1016,5080) as the starting location. PR;PD; Specifies relative plotting and puts the pen down. BZ1016,8128,5588,5080,4572,7112, 4064,8128,7112,7620,7112,2032; Draws a Bezier using the current position (1016,5080) as the first control point. The specified control points for the first curve are (1016,8128), (5588,5080), and (4572,7112). The second curve uses the last control point of the previous curve as the first control point (45,7112). The other three control points for the second curve are (4064,8128), (7112,7620), and (7112,2032). 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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