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HELP: BORLAND C++ 4.52 PRINTER OUTPUT

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How do I print directly from the Easy Win output of a Borland program written in C++.

I've tried most things, none of which work.

It must include a form feed if poss.

If not, no matter.

URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!
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Follow the link. It explains about EasyWin and printing.

http://www.xploiter.com/programming/c/borland/1788.html
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Thanks alot mate, that works fine
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It works fine, if you include cout<<"\f"<<endl at the end of the paragraph, this will send the form feed command to the printer and feed out the paper
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