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Old 10th October 2005, 11:53 AM
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Parallel port programming in c/c++

hi!

I'm trying to create a program in c/c++, wherein it mimic the printer side. Im trying to receive the data send through parallel port. Sample a window client connected through parallel port then issue command "copy /b <filename> lpt1:>. then I must receive the same data it send.

Does anyone has idea how to do these?

I've tried these before in Redhat platform, b4 I almost got almost all the data, but sometimes there's missing data. But in Fedora I cant get the complete data.

Does anyone knows how to receive the data coming in parallel port wherein I can receive the data as it is?

Sorry for my poor english. thanks! in advance.
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