ESC%2FP is a historical programming language created in 1992. ESC/P, short for Epson Standard Code for Printers and sometimes styled Escape/P, is a printer control language developed by Epson to control computer printers. It was mainly used in dot matrix printers and some inkjet printers, and is still widely used in many receipt printers. During the era of dot matrix printers, it was also used by other manufacturers (e.g., NEC), sometimes in modified form. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- ESC%2FP first appeared in 1992
- See also: postscript
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Last updated November 16th, 2019