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Hardware drivers and DIrectX

I need to write drivers for hardware, using DirectX commands.  Can I use Delphi for this or must I use MS VisualC or VisualBasic.  All examples seem to be based on these but I use only Borland products.  Am I stuck or what?
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robert_marquardtCommented:
If you want a WDM driver then you need MS VC++. Delphi simply cannot generate the required code.
Accessing DirectX from an app is easy.
The Delphi conversion is here http://www.crazyentertainment.net
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raidosCommented:
If you have examples doing similar things that you need done in VisualBasic I'm fairly sure the same thing can be done in Delphi.

Regards
//raidos
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