How to print Superscript / Subscript from RPG400






How to print Superscript / Subscript from RPG400..

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How to print subscript / superscript through RPGLE into spool file. This gets converted to pdf at the end.

How to print "1st" as 1<st> (superscript) using RPGLE.
The printer field type is character length 15.

External printer file.
Printer device type . . . . . . . . . : *AFPDS

coded as @Symbo = '1' x'09 'st' x'03
it prints "1 st ", with special characters in place of hex x'09 & x'03 but not as 1<st> (superscript).

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