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       AMC-imprime - prints AMC multiple choice answer sheets to be distributed to the students


       auto-multiple-choice imprime --sujet subject.pdf --fich-nums numbers-file.txt
                            --data data-dir --methode method [where-to-print-arguments...]


       The command prints selected copies from a AMC multiple choice answer sheet.

   What to print
       The following arguments describe what to print:

       --sujet subject.pdf
           sets the subject file (prepared by AMC-prepare(1)).

       --fich-nums numbers-file.txt
           gives a file where the numbers of the copies to be printed are written (one number per
           line). If this argument is not given, all the copies will be printed.

       --data data-dir
           gives the directory where data files are (see for example AMC-meptex(1)). The layout
           database in the data directory is used to know at which page of the subject file each
           copy begins and ends.

           asks to print separate answer sheets separately.

   Where to print
       Several printing methods are currently defined:

       ·   with "--methode CUPS", prints to a CUPS printer. One print job is sent
           for each copy, allowing for exemple to use stapling. Use the following options with
           this method:

           --imprimante printer
               sets the CUPS printer name to print to.

           --options cups-options
               gives CUPS options, in the opt1=value1,opt2=value2,...  format.

       ·   with "--methode file", outputs the answer sheets to files (one for each

           --output filename
               sets the filename for outputs. The '%e' sequence will be replaced by a 4-digits
               copy number. If filename does not contain '%e', the string '-%e.pdf' will be added
               at its end.

       ·   with "--methode command", will use a provided command for each copy.

           --print-command command
               gives the command to be used for printing. The command string will be split at
               each space character (even when using quotes...). The sequence '%f' will be
               replaced by a PDF filename (containing the copy to print), and '%e' will be
               replaced by the copy number.


       Alexis Bienvenüe <>
           Main author

       Jean Bérard
           Translation from French

       Georges Khaznadar
           Translation from French


       Copyright © 2008-2013 Alexis Bienvenüe

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