inpout32 (Language Help)

by tezza, Thursday, December 11, 2014, 15:08 (1096 days ago) @ Jim

inpout32 in basic256 is meant for parallel ports but can be used for serial ports in other lanuages. There is an easy alternative, if you need direct access to ports under windows 7, etc is to use a kernal mode driver called "userport" program driver which you can google on the internet. All you do is install the program and add the port i/o addresses and click a button or two and you have direct access to serial ports, just like the old dos years. Alternatively use an arduino board
which emulates a serial port which after installing arduino driver does not need direct access
as the driver already provides it.


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