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Reading Data Directly from the Printer

, 13 Jun 2006 129.7K 6.1K 69
This article will help you know how to use PJL commands to fetch information from a printer without using the Windows Spooler.Well, this was tested on printers which are connected to LANs and not to personal computers using a parallel port.

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sandeep Kumtakar
Web Developer
India India
I have done my Masters in Computer Application and currently working with an MNC as a software engineer.Working on .NET technology and Databases.

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