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Thread: : Data transfer between a PIC and a PC (easy solutionforthePC side). How to?
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Luis Moreira wrote:
> I am doing something similar, and I am using AsyncPro with Delphi5 but
> AsyncPro will work with C++ if you are more comfortable with it.
> AsyncPro is great because you do not have to deal directly with the
> serial port will work with USB to RS232 adaptors, as lots of useful
> features including RS485 mode and is free.
>
> Here is the link:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/tpapro/

We used AsyncPro with Delphi for most of our applications up until recently,
and it worked fine, but it has some serious problems -- it doesn't work well
on processors with hyperthreading (most new PCs).

My advice to Tinu would be to use MS Visual Studio Express to write his
application. You can still use C++, and they have a built-in COM port
component.

Best regards,

Vitaliy

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