Hewlett-Packard LaserJet Printer

S. C. Allendorf, 1989.
Supported device
Hewlett Packard LaserJet, LaserJet+, or LaserJet II.
Device type code
/LJnn where nn is a number 01--09.
Default device name
Default view surface dimensions
Depends on which version of the driver is chosen via the logical name PGPLOT_LJ_MODE.
      Driver  Equivalence         Size (H x V)
      ------  -----------     ---------------------
       LJ01       LHOR        10.50 by  8.00 inches
       LJ02       PHOR         8.00 by 10.50 inches
       LJ03       PHOT         8.00 by 10.50 inches
       LJ04       LHBR         6.54 by  4.91 inches
       LJ05       PHBS         5.65 by  5.65 inches
       LJ06       LMBR        10.50 by  8.00 inches
       LJ07       PMBR         8.00 by 10.50 inches
       LJ08       PMBS         4.48 by  4.48 inches
       LJ09       PLBS         6.00 by  6.00 inches
Depends on which version of the driver is chosen via the logical name PGPLOT_LJ_MODE.
      Driver  Equivalence     Resolution
      ------  -----------     ----------
       LJ01       LHOR          300 DPI
       LJ02       PHOR          300 DPI
       LJ03       PHOT          300 DPI
       LJ04       LHBR          300 DPI
       LJ05       PHBS          300 DPI
       LJ06       LMBR          150 DPI
       LJ07       PMBR          150 DPI
       LJ08       PMBS          150 DPI
       LJ09       PLBS          100 DPI
Color capability
Color indices 0 (erase, white) and 1 (black) are supported. It is not possible to change color representation.
Input capability
None. To choose one of the specific LaserJet drivers, you must execute a DCL command of the following form before executing your program:
where nn is a number 01--09 NDEV inclusive. You may also use one of the equivalent names listed above. These equivalent names are an attempt to make the driver names make sense. They are decoded as follows: 1st character: P for protrait orientation or L for landscape orientation. 2nd character: H for high resolution (300 dpi) or M for medium resolution (150 dpi) or L for low resolution (100 dpi). 3rd character: B for a straight bitmap dump or O for an optimized bitmap dump. 4th character: R for a rectangular view surface or S for a square view surface. A few notes are in order. First, not all of the possible combinations above are supported (currently). The driver that goes by the name of PHOT is a driver that puts out bitmaps suitable for inclusion in TeX output if you are using the Arbortext DVIHP program. The only drivers that will work with unexpanded LaserJet are LJ08 and LJ09. The other seven drivers require a LaserJet Plus or LaserJet II. Finally, do NOT attempt to send grayscale plots to the drivers that use the optimized bitmap dumps. Terrible things will happen.