Spoiler protection

David Dyer-Bennet dd-b at dd-b.net
Wed Jun 12 10:41:26 PDT 2002

Mia McDavid <mia_mcdavid at attbi.com> writes on 12 June 2002 at 10:14:29 -0500
 > DDB said:
 > Formfeed is a standard ASCII character that means advance to the next
 > page.  If the program doesn't, that sounds pretty broken to me.
 > I'm confused.  Formfeed, I thought, was a printer command.  I've never
 > seen an email program that had actual "pages"; word processors do, but
 > not email.  What am I missing.

Every mail and news viewing program I know divides long messages into
pages.  Most often, the space bar advances to the next page.  
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