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-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
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-.D-command Fk "cyan magenta yellow black"
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-.D-command f n
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-.TP
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-.I groff
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-.RE
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-This command is a
-.I groff
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-.D-multiarg P
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-This command is a
-.I groff
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-This command is a
-.I groff
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-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SS "Device Control Commands"
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-.I syntactical
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-.B x
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-.P
-The subcommand is basically a single letter, but to increase
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-This command is a
-.I groff
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-.x-command f "n\ s"
-.xsub font
-Mount font position\~\c
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-.I Classical troff
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-.xsub init
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-.xsub pause
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-The classical documentation reads
-.I pause device, can be
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-.xsub resolution
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-This is the second command of the
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-.x-command S n
-.xsub Slant
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-.x-command s
-.xsub stop
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-.I intermediate @g@troff
-.IR output .
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-.xsub trailer
-Generate trailer information, if any.
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-In
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-.xsub Typesetter
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-The possible device names coincide with those from the groff
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-This is the first command of the
-.IR prologue .
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-.x-command u n
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-If
-.argument n
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-.argument n
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-.B cu
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-.B @g@nroff
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-This command is a
-.I groff
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-.xsub X-escape
-Send string
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-If the line following this command starts with a
-.B +
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-The
-.B +
-is ignored, but a newline character is sent instead to the device, the
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-The same applies to all following lines until the first character of a
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-.I groff
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-.BR \*[@backslash]X .
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-The line-continuing feature is a
-.I groff
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-.
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SS "Obsolete Command"
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
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-In
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-.TP
-.argument ddc
-Move right
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-.RS
-.P
-In
-.IR groff ,
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-.I syntactical space
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-Only when a preceding command on the same line ends with an argument
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-In
-.I classical
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-.RE
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-.P
-For modern high-resolution devices, this command does not make sense
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-In
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-.BR X75-12 ,
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-.BR X100-12 .
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-For other devices,
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-.B t
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-.B u
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-.
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SH "POSTPROCESSING"
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.
-The
-.I roff
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-.I intermediate output
-into actions that are sent to a device.
-.
-A device can be some piece of hardware such as a printer, or a software
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-The
-.I groff
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-.P
-There is a library function that parses the
-.I intermediate output
-and sends the information obtained to the device via methods of a
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-So a
-.I groff
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-For details, see the reference in section
-.BR FILES .
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-.
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SH "EXAMPLES"
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.
-This section presents the
-.I intermediate output
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-The input is the sentence
-.I hell world
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-.B groff
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-.Topic
-High-resolution device
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-.RS
-.P
-.ShellCommand echo "hell world" | groff -Z -T ps
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-.
-.P
-.nf
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-x T ps
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-H72000
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-x trailer
-V792000
-x stop
-.ft P
-.fi
-.RE
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-.P
-This output can be fed into the postprocessor
-.BR grops (@MAN1EXT@)
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-Low-resolution device
-.I latin1
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-.RS
-.P
-This is similar to the high-resolution device except that the
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-Some comments (lines starting with
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-.P
-.ShellCommand echo "hell world" | groff -Z -T latin1
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-.nf
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-.fi
-.RE
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-.P
-This output can be fed into the postprocessor
-.BR grotty (@MAN1EXT@)
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-.Topic
-Classical style output
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-.
-.RS
-.P
-As a computer monitor has a very low resolution compared to modern
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-.I intermediate output
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-.P
-.ShellCommand echo "hell world" | groff -Z -T X100
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-.P
-.nf
-.ft CB
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-.I "# write text with old-style jump-and-write command"
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-x trailer
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-x stop
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-.fi
-.RE
-.
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-.P
-This output can be fed into the postprocessor
-.BR \%xditview (1x)
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-.BR \%gxditview (@MAN1EXT@)
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-.
-.P
-Due to the obsolete jump-and-write command, the text clusters in the
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-.
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SH "COMPATIBILITY"
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
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-The
-.I intermediate output
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-.I classical troff
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-.IR [CSTR\~#97] .
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-The
-.I groff intermediate output
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-.
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-The classical quasi device independence is not yet implemented.
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-.
-.Topic
-The old hardware was very different from what we use today.
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-So the
-.I groff
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-.I classical
-.IR troff .
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-For example, the classical PostScript device was called
-.I post
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-.IR groff 's
-.I ps
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-Maybe, by implementing some rescaling mechanism similar to the
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-.IR groff .
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-.
-.Topic
-The B-spline command
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-.I intermediate output
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-.
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-The argument of the commands
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-.IR groff ,
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-This isn't an incompatibility, but a compatible extension, for both
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-.I groff
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-The few
-.I groff
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-So conflicts with classical devices are very unlikely.
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-.ie (\n[@STUPID_DRAWING_POSITIONING] == 1) \{\
-.Topic
-The position changing after the commands
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-.B Dt
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-.\} \" @STUPID_DRAWING_POSITIONING
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-.Topic
-Temporarily, there existed some confusion on the positioning after the
-.B D
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-.I groff
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-This has been clarified by establishing the classical rule for all
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-.
-.RS
-.P
-.ft I
-The position after a graphic object has been drawn is at its end;
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-.ft
-.RE
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-.P
-From this, the positionings specified for the drawing commands above
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-The differences between
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-.I classical troff
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-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SH "FILES"
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
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-.TP
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-.TP
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-.I intermediate
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-It is located relative to the top directory of the
-.I groff
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-This parser is the definitive specification of the
-.I groff intermediate output
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-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
-.SH "SEE ALSO"
-.\" --------------------------------------------------------------------
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-A reference like
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-.B groff
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-To read the example, look up section\~@MAN7EXT@ in your desktop help
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-.RS
-.P
-.ShellCommand man @MAN7EXT@ groff
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-.P
-For more details, see
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-.TP
-.BR groff (@MAN1EXT@)
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-.TP
-.BR groff (@MAN7EXT@)
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-.
-.TP
-.BR groff_font (@MAN5EXT@)
-for details on the device scaling parameters of the
-.B DESC
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-.
-.TP
-.BR @g@troff (@MAN1EXT@)
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-.
-.TP
-.BR roff (@MAN7EXT@)
-for historical aspects and the general structure of roff systems.
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-.
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-.BR groff_diff (@MAN7EXT@)
-The differences between the intermediate output in groff and classical
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-.TP
-.BR gxditview (@MAN1EXT@)
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-.
-.P
-.BR \%grodvi (@MAN1EXT@),
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-the groff postprocessor programs.
-.RE
-.
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-.P
-For a treatment of all aspects of the groff system within a single
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-It can be read within the integrated help systems, within
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-.RS
-.ShellCommand info groff
-.RE
-.
-.
-.P
-The
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-.
-.TP
-.I [CSTR #97]
-.I A Typesetter-independent TROFF
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-.
-.TP
-.I [CSTR\~#54]
-The 1992 revision of the
-.I Nroff/\:Troff User's Manual
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-.I J.\& F.\& Osanna
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-.I Brian Kernighan
-isn't as concise as
-.I [CSTR\~#97]
-regarding the output language; see
-.URL http://\:cm.bell-labs.com/\:cm/\:cs/\:cstr/\:54.ps.gz CSTR\~#54 .
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-.IR groff ,
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