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Serial Communication Using MFC in VC++6 under XP

Hi,
Can any expert tell me "exactly" how MFC matches 50 Baud on serial comport

I had a look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnfiles/html/msdn_serial.asp?frame=true 
it only supports [110...19200...Baud]

Can I replace 110 by 50 as an argument in a function.If not, how can I write a class to do such thing.

"Only 50 Baud" !!!
Thanks for read
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AlexFMCommented:
From MSDN topic DCB:

BaudRate
Specifies the baud rate at which the communications device operates. This member can be an actual baud rate value, or one of the following baud rate indexes:
CBR_110
...

I think you can do this. At least, you can try - call BuildCommDCB with 50 rate and read from output lpDCB parameter actual value.
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SteHCommented:
50 baud is a possible baud rate. As AlexFM stated you can use either a value or a predifined constant like CBR_xxx. To get all possible baud rates for a standard serial port you need to divide 1.8432 MHz by 16 first and then a 16 bit number which is programmed into a divisor latch. This number can take any value from 1 to 65535 leading to baud rates between 115200 and 1 baud. A value of 2304 corresponds to 50 bauds. So it should be possible.

New chips allow for higher speeds up to ~ 1 MBaud. With those it depends on the size of the divisor number and the initial frequency what baud rates at the low end are possible. But 50 baud should still be most likely possible:
50 * 65535 = 3,276,750. So for maximal baud rates below ~3 MBaud it is very likely that 50 bauds are possible.
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