Need example code to write a value to 0X378 (Parallel Port)

I have an Arduino2360 and I have set it up to be a HID device. I have looked all over for a way to write a value to the P.C.'s parallel port address of 0X378. can anyone give me a hand?

Thanks

I have an Arduino2360

You're the only one, then.

I have looked all over for a way to write a value to the P.C.'s parallel port address of 0X378. can anyone give me a hand?

Not a clue what you are even trying to do.

Sorry about that , its a Mega2560. I flashed the chip on my Arduino so that Windows recognizes it as a Human Interface Device (HID). I am trying to use the Arduino to "talk to" another software that recognizes inputs from the keyboard as well as the parallel port. I have the keyboard communication part working but I need to find a way to make the other software "think" its receiving information from a real parallel port as well. I was hoping I could find a way to write a value to the parallel port address (0x378).

Thanks

If you run NT-based Windows versions, be aware that you can not access any PC-ports directly. If you want to know about parallel communication, have a look here:

http://retired.beyondlogic.org/spp/parallel.htm

This here is a kind of I2C two-wire communication via the parallel port:

http://www.maxim-ic.com/app-notes/index.mvp/id/3230