Arthur Flexser flexser at fiu.edu
Fri Apr 9 17:36:50 EDT 2004

I seem to remember that POKE 359,57 will prevent redirection of output to
the printer from being undone after each statement.  I also remember that
it disables the saving of anything in Ascii format, though a file will
APPEAR to have been saved correctly, so it is advisable to cold start
before saving anything.  So, that poke together with POKE 111,254 should
do the trick, if the second poke alone doesn't work.


On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 mmarlett at isd.net wrote:

> I have a customer that has lost their Internet connection due to a virus
> and has to reinstall.
> She asked me to post a message to the list in hopes of a solution.
> She writes code in DECB and when she is debugging she uses the TRACEON
> command. Her problem is that it scrolls by so fast that she can't use it's
> output very well. Is there a way to have that output go to a printer?
> TIA,
> Mark
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