I have the following problem.I'm using DeviceCapabilities() to get the paper and tray names a printer supports. However, I can't figure out how to decipher the buffer I get. Could anyone give me a sample code?
It seems pretty straightforward. The SDK docs say about this:
"Retrieves the names of the printer's paper bins. The pOutput buffer receives an array of string buffers. Each string buffer is 24 characters
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