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Can anyone suggest a good book or web sites for learning
hardware interactions thru C/C++.

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What hardware do you want to use: PC interenal or external?
What operation systems?

For you need books and sites about system drivers.
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WINDOWS 95/98/ME
WHAT IS PC INTERNAL/EXTERNAL ?
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Internal hardware PC devices - HDD, VideoCard, SoundCard etc.
External: mouse, printer, external modems etc.
Web site about internal hardware interaction
http://www.internals.com/

May be some information on
http://www.codeguru.com
also will help you.

Good luck!
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