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[ale] Printing Source Code
- Subject: [ale] Printing Source Code
- From: cfowler at outpostsentinel.com (Chris Fowler)
- Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 18:09:43 -0500
I need to print about 50,000 lines of C source code. I want to print on
both sides of the paper, punch, and bind.
I've determined that pr -o 8 -n *.c will number, pagenate, and head each
page. I'm trying to
decide what is the best way to print them. I thought about converting to
DOS (unix2dos) format and taking
to Kinko's to finish. Has anyone else had to print a pile of source before?
I've determined that to print all the source that I've
written over the last 5 months would require 1 ream of paper. That is
printed front and back. Thankfully I created a standard library otherwise
that would have been 2 reams of paper.
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