pkpgcounter scans files and outputs, the number of pages required for printing. pkpgcounter Python is a script written in 100% autonomous distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License by the Free Software Foundation. pkpgcounter was part of our software PyKota since 2003, but it is now only available separately.pkpgcounter is a generic Page Description Language parser which main feature is to count the number of printable pages files.pkpgcounter can now calculate the number of pages in several types of files: · PostScript (both DSC compliant and binary) · PDF · PCL3/4/5 · PCLXL (aka PCL6) · ESC/P2 · DVI · TIFF · · OpenOffice.org Writer OpenOffice.org. org ImpressWhen launched pkpgcounter prints on standard output an integer representing the total number of pages in all files whose filenames that you pass line.With command without arguments or with a hyphen in the non-option arguments, pkpgcounter readings to analyze the features of standard input in addition to other arguments of the options are treated as filenames representing files parse.In future opportunities, others will be added (use the - debug switch command line to preview) What's new in this version: Page · support counting mode has been added to Canon BJ / BJC, Structured Fax, and ASCII file formats PNM. • The SPL1 (aka GDI) parser has been improved and should now be properly accounted for all such files. • The PCL3/4/5 parser has been improved. • Third, the list of all the GhostScript output devices and their level of support is now available online.