How can I use printer port in python?...

Seo ji won skidrow at nownuri.net
Mon Dec 11 14:34:40 CET 2000


Oh, I'm using Win2k(server..) and using python 2.0,

and want to use parallel port...

I looked at those archives which you suggested, but there's no direct
answer..

-- or  I  don't know if its answer :)

Do I have to use c code to use parallel port on windows?..

If I have to use c, just give me brief sample for it... ;-)

if not, tell me how can I deal with parallel port with python...

Thanks alot, in advance

"Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message
news:3A33C429.FE4EF79C at engcorp.com...
> "¼­Áö¿ø" wrote:
> >
> > As the title says, I was wondering if there's anyway I can
> >
> > use printer port in python...
>
> You don't mention which platform nor what you want to do with the
> "printer port", nor even whether the "printer port" you refer to is a
> parallel port, serial port, or some other port.
>
> We could assume you mean a parallel port, and that you are on Windows,
> and that you don't actually plan to talk to a printer here, but then
> again we could be wrong.  Help us out!
>
> On top of which, may I suggest you check the archives for the last week
> and read the discussion which just took place with respect to (what I
> assume is) exactly this topic, under the subject "parallel port access?"





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