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    Printing something in C++

    Hey,

    Does anybody know how to print anything in C++? If you do please help me out here.

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    what i meant to say was to print something on a printer
    . Sorry for the confusion.

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    Okay poopster,

    Use your edit botton to post again instead of double posting!

    For c++ printing::

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...2B%2B+printing

    this one should help you more directly::
    http://www.codeproject.com/printing/...&select=703825

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    well want I really want to do is I have a few computers on a network. They are in different rooms. I have all the addresses to the printers, but I want to print 1 specific thing on all of them.

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    well want I really want to do is I have a few computers on a network. They are in different rooms. I have all the addresses to the printers, but I want to print 1 specific thing on all of them.
    you can simiply do this with a batch file in dos! I think c++ is an overkill for this. Using the copy command. The rest is up to you! It sounds as if you are trying to do a prank or something!

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    Something like ~ TYPE example.txt>LPT1

    but how do I do it one a server with different usernames?

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    Type won't do sqat!, execpt showing example.txt. I gave you half of the equation before. Also the pipe? no need for that or the usernames! Like I said before: sounds too much like a prank.

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