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I want to read a cash register.Is there any java solution which i can use to access and display
 
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Well, what kind of access points your particular cash register provides?
Based on the title of your post, I guess it provides some kind of a byte stream to read from and write to (serial port, maybe?) so it's certainly possible to write a Java application that integrates with your cash register. I doubt that there's an out-of-the-box library for your particular cash register, though.
 
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