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How do I make a SCO Unix/System V printer send a form feed at the end of the job?

Sometimes people complain of the opposite problem: they want form feeds and aren't getting them. The answer for this is just the opposite of what was covered at How do I stop extra form feeds that spit out blank pages?; either add "\f" at an appropriate place or, if the interface has settings for filebreaks, use that.

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