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i have project to send data through the parallel port and i want to control the time of access of data , such as in millsecond or microsecond
i want use visual basic 6
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Here is a very simple example for parallel port:
http://www.mattjustice.com/parport/par_vb.html

If you want to limit the access of data, then send null to the port after a timer call. Use a timer control. Thanks

~ fantasy ~
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store the time before starting the access of data by using now() and storing the data in a variable

in the function where u are transfering the data check with the value of now and the stored value if the difference is more than what u want exit stating timeout
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