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I've developped a C++ classes to access easily modem via serial drivers. Now i have to pilot a PCMCIA modem.
I look at PC Card Manager 3.0 but see no way to get a driver reference number taht i can use with standard FSWrite/FSRead
Do someone can help me to find the good method to use a PCMCIA modem in the same way as serial one.
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i'm sure I've answered this somewhere before, but the following source snippet from Apple does just this:


ftp://dev.apple.com/devworld/./Sample_Code/Snippets/Communications_Toolbox/FindSerialPorts.sit.hqx
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Yes you previously answer this question and i graduate you in the Programming area. Thanks again...
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