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How to communicate with the RS232 serial port using C/C++ under the visual C++ 5.0 enviroment?
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I have written a C++ class for Borland OWL which could (probably) easily be rewritten for MFC.  I can e-mail it to you.  My e-mail address is bryce.larsen@gteogden.com.

The class is multi-threaded (reader/writer thread).  It is one source code file with sufficient documentation as to its use.
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