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How do you print to a network printer or to 2 printers at a time ?  easily???

I know stdprn goes to lpt1 so how do you do it to a non lpt like in my example??

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Which OS, how are the printer accessable,...

In general you can open a printer with

fp=fopen ("/dev/lpx","r");

or
fp=fopen ("lptx:","r");


if the printer has a device assigned.
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