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borland c++ windows95 serial port

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How do a write a windows program using Borland C++ BUILDER  that will read and write to the serial port, we are trying to port our DOS based C program to a Windows Boland C++ Bulider  program and Borland C++ Builder does not have an inport or outport command, what other commands can I use?
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CreateFile() the serial port ("COM1", etc.) then ReadFile(), WriteFile() etc.
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