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The SetupComm function initializes the communications parameters for a specified communications device.

BOOL SetupComm(

    HANDLE hFile,

// handle of communications device

    DWORD dwInQueue,

// size of input buffer

    DWORD dwOutQueue

// size of output buffer

   );

Parameters

hFile
Identifies the communications device. The CreateFile function returns this handle.
dwInQueue
Specifies the recommended size, in bytes, of the device’s internal input buffer.
dwOutQueue
Specifies the recommended size, in bytes, of the device’s internal output buffer.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.

If the function fails, the return value is zero. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

Remarks

After a process uses the CreateFile function to open a handle to a communications device, it can call SetupComm to set the communications parameters for the device. If it does not set them, the device uses the default parameters when the first call to another communications function occurs.

The dwInQueue and dwOutQueue parameters specify the recommended sizes for the internal buffers used by the driver for the specified device. For example, YMODEM protocol packets are slightly larger than 1024 bytes. Therefore, a recommended buffer size might be 1200 bytes for YMODEM communications. For Ethernet-based communications, a recommended buffer size might be 1600 bytes, which is slightly larger than a single Ethernet frame.

The device driver receives the recommended buffer sizes, but is free to use any input and output (I/O) buffering scheme, as long as it provides reasonable performance and data is not lost due to overrun (except under extreme circumstances). For example, the function can succeed even though the driver does not allocate a buffer, as long as some other portion of the operating system provides equivalent functionality.

If the device driver determines that the recommended buffer sizes involve transfers beyond its ability to handle, the function can fail.

See Also

CreateFile, SetCommState


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