Printing in java

Posted on 2005-03-23
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Last Modified: 2008-03-06

Is well known visual c++ MFC uses Device Context (CDC) for drawing text or graphics to a screen or a printer. One can print text using x,y coordinates (eg: dc.DrawText, dc.TextOut, etc) that it indicates where must be printed on page. How can I do for open a printer device and for sending text, jpeg or bmp images?

Question by:accarvajal
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Bob_Everard earned 100 total points
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There's an excellent 5-part tutorial on JavaWorld by Jean-Pierre Dubé.

You'll find it at http://www.javaworld.com/

You'll have to search the archives to find it, but it describes pretty well  how to achieve printing in Java.

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