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1998\12\07@064614 by Paul Phillips

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Hi there

Can anbody out there help me, Is there is way to get my printer port to
talk to the PIC16F84.
I want to create a OCX (using VB) to talk to PIC, to decoding a passord
etc.


any ideas?

any examples of coding/PCBs

Cheers Paul


Paul Phillips
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1998\12\07@070938 by keithh

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Paul Phillips wrote:

> Is there a way to get my printer port to talk to the PIC16F84.
> I want to create a OCX (using VB) to talk to PIC,
> to decode a password

What's an OCX?

Are you using NT or Win95?
You can write Win95 utilities to twiddle I/O ports directly,
as I did, but NT traps such operations if you haven't been
granted I/O permission. I haven't discovered how to do this yet,
and it probably is a pain. Someone posted me a DLL to do
various peeks and pokes, but it seemed very large just for the
job of letting you use a few I/O opcodes.
Plus it didn't have any source. :-(

1998\12\07@072431 by Jacques Vrey

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Have a look here:

http://www.digibel.org/~wimh/

Maybe you'll find inout.dll useful. I haven't tried it myself but there are
quite a few other similar goodies around.

Regards

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1998\12\07@163503 by Ricardo Seixas

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Hi Paul,

       Take a look at http://www.lvr.com (the site from Jan Axelson), there's a
lot of info on printer ports,
includind drivers for VB and Delphi.

Ricardo Seixas



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