Re: Readfile hangs while trying to read the response from printer

"Sam Hobbs" <samuel@social.rr.com_change_social_to_socal>
Fri, 11 Jan 2008 09:32:13 -0800
You can also use asynchronous/overlapped IO and then wait for input, but you
can do other things in addition to wait.

The printer driver probably has a way to determine if input is available,
but you must refer to the documentation; we don't know what the
documentation for your printer driver says.

"hari" <> wrote in message

Hi all,
      Im trying to send a comamnd to the printer and read the
response for it thru parallel port(LPT1:). The write file always
succeeds, but in readfile it goes to hanging state. I have given my
code below.

int g;
 DWORD NumberOfBytesWritten,NumberOfBytesRead;
 unsigned char buff1[12];
 unsigned char buff_read[30];

 h = CreateFile("LPT1:",
                      GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE,
                      FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL |
  g= 0;
  return 0;

  buff1[0] = '{';
  buff1[1] = 'W';
  buff1[2] = 'B';
  buff1[3] = '|';
  buff1[4] = '}';

 i = WriteFile(h,buff1,5,&NumberOfBytesWritten ,NULL);
 i =ReadFile(h,buff_read,2,&NumberOfBytesRead,NULL);
 return 400;

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