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Date:      Sun, 24 Sep 2006 17:16:42 +0700
From:      "Mike Fern" <bloodyveins@gmail.com>
To:        m.shenven <hawkeye@netvision.net.il>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: question: How to use SERIAL PORT
Message-ID:  <58ebaa710609240316q7b63c7e7w76618655f1e9ac85@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <007401c6dfc3$efe42180$14fea8c0@MARTY>
References:  <007401c6dfc3$efe42180$14fea8c0@MARTY>

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>On 9/24/06, m.shenven <hawkeye@netvision.net.il> wrote:
> uhclem@FreeBSD.org>
> < serial and UART Tutorial, by Frank Durda >
> Sirs,
> Where on the Internet can I details of:  How to program a
> WINDOWS XP computer so that in will input/output to an external device through its SERIAL PORT?
>
> ANY information you can supply, would bew greatly appreciated !
> m.shenven
> hawkeye@netvision.net.il

afaik,
there should be plenty of.
in visual basic you can use mscomm object to utilize the serial port.
in general, you can query "how to communicate with windows COM port".

by the way, i think this is a freebsd list, not window$ :)



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