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CHARSET(1)							    CHARSET(1)

       charset	-  print  all characters within a given character subset of an
       interpress font

       charset [ -psubset ] [ -spointsize ] [ -ooutputfile ]  fontname

       Charset will create an interpress master which will print  a  specified
       character subset of an interpress font at a given point size.

       The  specification  for	fontname is treated as the final identifier of
       the universal naming scheme in §3.2.2 in Interpress Electronic Printing
       Standard	  (XSIS	  048404).    The   name   specified  is  appended  to
       "Xerox/XC1-1-1/" to form the full interpress name.

       The following options are understood:

	      The number of the character subset to be printed.	 This is spec‐
	      ified in octal and defaults to character subset 0.

	      The  point  size to be used for the font to be printed.  This is
	      specified in decimal and defaults to 10.

	      The name of the file to be created as the interpress master.  If
	      the  option is omitted, the interpress master will be created on
	      the standard ouptut, so it is best to redirect this to a file or
	      pipe to the queueing software.

       /usr/local/lib/font/devipress device and font information

       Interpress Electronic Printing Standard, XSIS 048404

       The output file is not automatically queued for printing.

4th Berkeley Distribution	    5/23/85			    CHARSET(1)

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