26.9 Hardcopy Output
The XEmacs commands for making hardcopy derive their names from the
Unix commands `print' and `lpr'.
Print hardcopy of current buffer using Unix command `print'
(`lpr -p'). This command adds page headings containing the file
name and page number.
Print hardcopy of current buffer using Unix command `lpr'. This
command does not add page headings.
Like `print-buffer', but prints only the current region.
Like `lpr-buffer', but prints only the current region.
All the hardcopy commands pass extra switches to the `lpr' program
based on the value of the variable `lpr-switches'. Its value should be
a list of strings, each string a switch starting with `-'. For
example, the value could be `("-Pfoo")' to print on printer `foo'.
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