No. Read some Printing Tutorials.
You need to use the
<XCT> command followed by comma-separated decimal vales. Search for "XCT" in the forum, or search for "drawer kick" to get an idea of how that command works. There is a lot of information on drawer kick with very good explanations on how to interpret the commands from the manual and convert them to the correct values for use in your Printer Template.
You need to find the expanded explanation of that command. The
p, m, t1, t2 are placeholders for some value. For example,
t1, t2 are time values, probably for on/off/length, so they will have a valid range of numbers, and you would replace them with numbers like
20,50. But we don't know what values are valid for those parameters.
Attach a ZIP copy of your printer manual and someone can look through it to figure it out for you.