Method XbpPrinter():newPage() Foundation
Indicates a page break.
:newPage() --> self
This method returns the object executing the method (self).
The method :newPage() inserts a page break. This method can only be executed between the calls :startDoc() and :endDoc(). Calling :newPage() implicitly ends spooling of the current page and issues an eject command. Furthermore, a new page is added to the print job and subsequent printer output from graphical primitives is sent to the newly created page.
The :newPage() method is similar to using :endPage() followed by a call to :startPage(). However, changing attributes of the current print job such as the page orientation, is not possible using :newPage(). See method :startPage() method for further information on changing print job attributes.
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