channel skip

channel skip

[′chan·əl ‚skip]
(computer science)
A control character that causes a printer to skip down to a specified line on a page or to the top of the next page.
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channel skip

A code in a printer file that causes the paper to be positioned to the top of the next page or to a particular line on the current page. See printer file.
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