Form feed

(FF, Control-L, ASCII 12) The character used to start a new page on a printer. This is done by “feeding” a new page (or “form”) through the printer.


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    [fawrm-fit-ing] /ˈfɔrmˌfɪt ɪŋ/ adjective 1. designed to fit snugly around a given shape; close-fitting: a formfitting blouse.

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    [fawrm-fuh l] /ˈfɔrm fəl/ adjective 1. displaying excellent , especially in performing a sport.

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