If your program wrote to the standard output device (i.e., the
screen), you could redirect that pretty easily to anywhere.
But, generally, you can't do what you're asking if the programs writes
directly to the device port itself, whether it's PRN: (standard
printer), LPT1: (specifically the first parallel port), or COM1:
(specifically the first serial port).
There's undoubtedly a way to add networking support to your legacy pc.
With networking support, you can route the prn: device to a shared
printer on the network. Or, you could move the program and data to a
newer windows pc that has a printer and run it in a command window.
The easiest and cheapest way to solve this problem is to go down to
your local thrift shop and buy a parallel printer.
On Tue, 13 Nov 2012 14:41:51 -0800 (PST), Pinthetic