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Print directly to dot matrix printer

 
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Hi all,i want to ask for help.Can anyone teach me how to print directly to a dot matrix printer?Without using any printer driver??Please help me..Thanks a lot..
 
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If your OS and printer supports it, you can access a printer like you would a file, like in this example from the old Java Programmer's FAQ:



One thing I feel the need to point out, PrintStream and PrintWriter don't actually have anything to do with printing-to-paper. Their purpose is to make it easy to write formatted representations of objects to a stream, along with some other convenience features.
[ October 09, 2008: Message edited by: Joe Ess ]
 
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Ok,thanks a lot..
 
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