If you have written a program that is running in DOS or in a console box, and are having problems printing your output generated by the program, please consider the following.
Printing the output of a program is not a part of the functionality of the compiler; rather, the ability to print in these circumstances rests on the operating system, which receives the data from the program. Windows 95/98/NT do not support this in a straightforward way, but the following are some suggestions for working around this issue:
1. Use the mouse to highlight text in your output screen, hit Ctrl-c to copy it, open Notepad, and then hit Ctrl-v to paste it in as text. Then use the Print option in Notepad to print the output.
2. Hit Ctrl-PrintScreen, open Paint and hit Ctrl-v to paste it in as a bitmap. Then use the Print option in Paint to print the image.
3. Instead of having your progam send output to the screen,
try sending the output to a file, and then print the file.
Last Modified: 17-FEB-00