[SPAM] Re: How do you write to the printer ?
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Thu Jan 8 01:00:00 CET 2009
David at bag.python.org wrote:
> On Wed, 07 Jan 2009 15:17:19 -0800, Scott David Daniels
> <Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org> wrote:
>> David Lemper wrote:
>>> Can find nothing in the on-line docs or a book.
>>> Groping in the dark I attempted :
>> Note that (1) You may have just created a file named stdprn.
>> (2) You need to close that file bwhen you are done.
>> (3) A final end-of-line is traditional.
>> (4) You could give us a clue about your operating environment.
>> (To wit: os, version, python version)
>> A printer is nothing Python has or controls, it is a standard thing for
>> a computer system, so details about your computing environment are
>> necessary in order to give you good advice.
>> --Scott David Daniels
>> Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org
> Thanks Scott. System is Windows XP on an Intel, Python version 3.0
The simplest way on Windows is opening "PRN:" or "LPT1":
printer = open("PRN:", "wb")
where 'binary_data' is a bytestring (class 'bytes' in Python 3.x).
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