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I need to print some docs, for example :

ABC
DEF

XYZ
AXA

I want to insert new page character between "DEF" and "XYZ" so that the printer starts a new page from "XYZ".

What character can do the job?

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Historically, the ASCII character for new page (NP) was Control-L, or 012 (decimal). I have no idea if modern printers pay any attention to that sort of thing.

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