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Printing Data from Files in C / C++

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Well I have created 2 files for dmmy project work. I want to print the records which are present in the files as requested by the user.  What command will help me print the record from the file to the printer?
It would be of great help if the help is from C point of view
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system("copy file.txt prn:");
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The above is a simple method for copying a file to a printer.

But a better answer can be provided if you give us more details of your requirements.

What OS?
What type of printer? (Printer connected to printer port or network printer)
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thanx for the reply...
actually, I am reading the file into an array and then will be splittin up array using sscanf()... now these details are displayed on  the screen. I want to print these details on the printer
How can I do it?
I am using Win XP... Printer is n/w printer... dunno all the details...
thanx
J2
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