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$ lpr \-#3 foo.c bar.c more.c
would result in 3 copies of the file foo.c, followed by 3 copies of the file bar.c, etc. On the other hand,
$ cat foo.c bar.c more.c \&| lpr \-#3
will give three copies of the concatenation of the files. Often a site will disable this feature to encourage use of a photocopier instead.
$ lpr \-C EECS foo.c
causes the system name (the name returned by hostname(1)) to be replaced on the burst page by EECS, and the file foo.c to be printed.
|AerieBSD 1.0 Reference Manual||August 26 2008||LPR(1)|