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any expert can give me any solution on RS232 communication in Visaul C++ 4/5
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What is you platform: Dos/Windows? What is 10 pts? Joke?
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Well, the most comprehensive explanation can be found at 'http://www.microsoft.com/win32dev/base/serial.htm' - the name of the article is 'Serial Communications in Win32'

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