|Shellexecute - Printing with the default application|
This script prints the file in the first argument with the windows default application.
If you save the code in the file print.py:
print.py test.doc -> Opens Microsoft Word (if it is installed) and prints the file test.py to the default printer.
print.py mytextfile.txt -> Same. But prints with Notepad
from win32api import ShellExecute from sys import argv ShellExecute(0, "print", argv, None, "", 1)
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 February 2006 )|
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