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51 /: SIZE WIDTH +40 TW HEIGHT +40 TW
/: BOX FRAME 10 TW
A frame is added to the current window. The edges of the frame extend beyond the
edges of the window itself, so as to avoid obscuring the leading and trailing text
characters. 6.20 Hexadecimal Data: HEX, ENDHEX Use this command to send printer commands in a printer language directly to a printer that
supports that language. SAPscript does not interpret the data enclosed by the HEX and
ENDHEX command pair, but inserts it unchanged into the output stream. This technique allows
objects with a pixel-oriented format (for example, graphics) to be printed as part of a SAPscript
text. The HEX and ENDHEX command pair enclose the printer commands and data as
hexadecimal text, so that the printer formatting routines interpret each successive pair of
characters as a single hexadecimal value in the range of 0 to 255. The characters 0 to 9 and A
to F for representing the values 10 to 15 are valid hexadecimal characters. The text may also
include comment lines (these begin with /* in the format column), which will not be interpreted
as hexadecimal data but are simply passed over by the formatting routines.
Syntax:
/: HEX [TYPE printer_language]
The HEX command denotes the start of the hexadecimal data. Subsequent text lines are
interpreted as described above. If the TYPE parameter is present, the data will be sent to the
printer only if the printer understands the specified printer language. The following printer
languages are currently supported: POST (Postscript), PRES (Kyocera Prescribe) and PCL (HP
Printer Control Language).
/: HEX [TYPE printer_language] [XPOS x_position] [YPOS y_position]
The output cursor is set to the absolute position indicated by the specified X and Y position
parameters before the hexadecimal data is printed. If either the X or the Y position is not
specified, then 0 will be assumed for this parameter.
/: HEX [TYPE printer_language] [HEIGHT height] [LEFT left_indentation] The HEIGHT parameter determines the amount of space to be reserved on the page for the
output of the hexadecimal data. Any text following the ENDHEX command will be printed below
this point. If the LEFT parameter is also specified, then the output of the hexadecimal data will is
indented from the left margin by the specified amount.
/: HEX TYPE PCL HEIGHT '7.5' CM LEFT '2.25' CM
/* Creator: report ZQVNTE30 date 19940705 time 125129 user
SAPSCRIPT /=
1B2A7230461B2A743735521B2A7231411B2A62304D1B2A62343057FFFFFFFFFF
FF
/=
FF1B2A62343057FFFFFFFFFFFFC0007D00DFC0F7D00000000000000000000000
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/: ENDHEX
This data is printed only by an HP PCL printer (fro example, HP LaserJet). 7.5 cm of
space is allocated on the page for the output of the data and the output cursor is
indented 2.25 cm to the right of the form window edge.

You can use the RSTXLDMC program to upload correctly formatted pixel data to the
R/3 system and to prepare it as a HEX-ENDHEX control command. This can then be
saved as normal SAPscript text. 6.21 Summing a Program Symbol: SUMMING The SUMMING command is used for accumulating a total value for a program symbol. The
command should be specified just once. Then, each time the specified program symbol is
formatted, its current value is added into the total symbol. Several program symbols may all be
added into a single total symbol.
Syntax:
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