An easy way to do this is to create an alias (in csh), like this:
alias dosprint 'unix2dos \!* | lp'
Then to print a file you would type:
It's pretty dangerous though, if you ever use wildcards or want to print
more than one file. Unix2dos will destroy the files if you pass it multiple
names on the command line. By writing a little script, you could make it safer
unix2dos $i | lp
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