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How to write a program that print a set of files starting each new one on a new page, with a title and a running page count for each file.
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What os?
Are these text files?
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Do lines need to be wrapped?
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Text files( MS-DOS)
don't need to be wrapped
help me
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Then you can open the printer port like a file using an fstream.  Open the text files with an fstream and write lines to the file like.

fstream File("C:\\SOMEFILE.TXT",ios_base::in);
fstream Printer("LPT1",ios_base::out);
const int LinesPerPage = 60;
int PageNum = 1;
int LinCnt = 0;

while (!File.eof())
{
   string Lin;

   getline(Lin,File);
   Printer << Lin << endl;
   ++LinCnt;
   if (LinCnt > LinesPerPage)
   {
       Printer << "page number: " << PageNum;
       Printer << '\f';
       ++PageNum;
       LinCnt = 0;
   }
}
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Let me know if you have any questions.
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by:Lora
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Please could You help me with this one
Write a program to remove trailing blanks
and tabs from each line of input and delete
entirely blank lines
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Is this for an assignment?
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by:Lora
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Could You please transform question ?
I am really sorry but I can't understand it
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The questions you are asking seem like they are for an accademic assignment--homework or school project etc.

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