Character matrix printer

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Character matrix printers are a category of computer printers (typically impact printers) that place characters from a fixed character set anywhere onto a fixed grid of possible locations on the page. Examples of these are daisy wheel printers, golf ball printers, teleprinters, chain printers, and band printers. A character printer prints one character at a time.

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