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TWAIN 1.6 implementation with Borland C++ 5.01/OWL

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For my diploma project,I am looking for a implementation of TWAIN_32 in Borland C++ Version 5.01/OWL. I got allready the .DLL and .H-Files from the Twain-working group but it looks still very complex.

If anybody allready created a CLASS to handle this problem, I would be very happy to get a copy of it.

Any other advice would be greatly appreciated

Regards

Christian Dudler
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You can look for samples on www.twain.org .

Also, I can post my own implementation of TWAIN class (it costs grade 'A'). It's written for OWL app and indented to scan b/w images.But you must be familiar with C++ and TWAIN to adapt it.
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