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Connect two pc's through parallel port

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Is it possible to connect two pc's through the parallel port for let's say sending some ascii signs?
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Of course it is.

If you download the Norton Commander (or Midnight Commander), just to name one,
it allows you to do so (It's old DOS like, but I think it works fine).

(Get it here : http://www.abandonia.com/utility/NC.zip )

Even windows (I think) allows you to do such thing.

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