form feed (FF) A format command for printers and displays signaling the requirement that the data that follows should be printed or displayed on the next sheet or form. In printers with continuous stationery this causes the paper to be thrown to the start of the next page. In printers with cut-sheet feeders it causes the current sheet to be ejected and printing to continue on the next sheet.
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