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fprint question

This is a discussion on fprint question within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Hello my name is R. Mckay, I have a question regarding a function that I used until windows was upgraded ...

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    Hello my name is R. Mckay, I have a question regarding a function that I used until windows was upgraded and my work started using USB ports instead of the usually LPT 1 and 2 ports also they have made it so that I no longer have my own printer I must use a network printer. As of now I have to save the file which I want to print change the format to a Unix style which takes a while because the print outs are rather large. Anyway, then I can print it from there. My question is, is there a better function or is there a way to use the fprintf in a way that I don't know about, so that I can use the USB port over a network. Any feed back would truly be appreciated.
    P.S My programs are fairly simple accounting programs if you need a copy to help me I send ya a copy.
    Last edited by Bug_less; 04-10-2002 at 07:48 PM.

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    Good question, stupid poll.

    I'd answer but I have no idea.

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