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I am desperate for a simple comport-component. Anybody got some suggestions ?
I use Delphi Developer 2.0 !
Thanx!
/Erik N
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On DSP sunsite.icm.edu.pl/delphi see for comm32.zip file
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Hi Erik N.,

The best comport on the net is from Cocco, D3K.
I've used several and this I really think is the best!
It's also freeware.

URL   : http://www.mdlive.com/d3k/

Have fun with it,
Regards,
Zif.

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Thanks!
/Erik N
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No problem.
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