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DOS Communication using Borland 5.x C++

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Point me in the right direction for DOS communication using C++. Programming the UART and I would think the modem. Either a book, on-line help or a .LIB
I've been looking for a week and can't find and info :-(
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Try bioscom() (the spelling/capitalization can be wrong...)
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MSVC calls it _bios_serialcom()
You can #include <bios.h> to check the name
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Hello Derelict.

I have a text about every bit and every port that the UART using. I once done a program in pascal that interfaced between the user and the modem, using that text.

email me, (semuel@poboxes.com) and I'll send it to you.

Semuel.
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