is used to connect and send files to an AppleTalk connected printer using
the Apple Printer Access Protocol (PAP).
starts execution, it
tries to open a session with the printer using PAP, and
then downloads the
to the printer.
are given on the command line,
begins reading from standard input.
If no printer is specified on the command line,
looks for a file called
in the current working directory and reads it to obtain the
Blank lines and lines that begin with a
and the zone of the local host, respectively.
is designed to be useful as a communication filter for sending
spooled print jobs to AppleTalk connected printers. See
for hints on how to use it this way.
Take cuts. Normally
tells the printer how long it has been waiting. When
claims to have been waiting forever.
Send any message from the printer to stderr instead of stdout.
with this option.
Connect to the printer named
and do not consult the
file to find a printer name. See
for the syntax of
Update the file called
to contain the most recent status message from the printer.
gets the status from the printer when it is waiting for the printer to
process input. The
will contain a single line terminated with a newline. This is useful
is invoked by