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Thread: Best (most transparent) USB <--> RS232 converter?
face picon face BY : Alan B. Pearce email (remove spam text)

>Maybe I could get an event from the OS telling me that the usb device
>is removed but then again I don't want to bother with usb stuff since
>I don't know and don't really care if it is an usb port or a real com
>port. Anybody got a solution to this?

There must be a way of doing this, as memory sticks notify the application
when they are removed, which then closes any associated windows.

<056d01c766fb$6b839b40$1979f682@space.rl.ac.uk> 7bit

See also: www.piclist.com/techref/io/serials.htm?key=rs232
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