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HELP! Which one is suitable for me?

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any idea?

DELPHI ?
Visual C++ ?
Borland C++ ?

which one is the most suitable for PORT INTERFACING, GUI, Signal Processing and MICROCONTROL based projects?

briefly, which one is the most suitable for an electronic man?

(NOTE: i know C and Pascal programming languages.)

thanks in advence.
 

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mutevaggil,
I think Visual C++ is suitable for you, since VC be good at deal with low layer hardware interface.
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but I am more confused now :D

one delphi
one VC++

it is a draw.

any other idea?

[And thank to "whichun" and "the risk master" for their valuable opinion]
 

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I've used visual studio C++.It;s fine for me.However i haven't used any of the other two programs.So people who have used more than one of these programs should tell their opinions.
 

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Vasilis said:
I've used visual studio C++.It;s fine for me.However i haven't used any of the other two programs.So people who have used more than one of these programs should tell their opinions.

yes vasilis. you are right.

then i will wait for those people who know delphi and VC++.
 

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yogi said:
C is good for port interfacing. Study VC++ for more about GUI and usb interface
For parallel port and serial port C is enough.
See parallel port tutorials in this link
h**p://booksbybibin.14.forumer.com/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=fa909fa80dd13f7f9c1a67ff06f775a4

bibin john
www.bibinjohn.tk

OK.
Visual C++ is leading by one step.

any other idea?
 

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It's not so hard to interface port by VC++. I think delphi is suitable for you.

But don't you think you can work on Matlab?? It makes it easier
 

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jakjoud said:
It's not so hard to interface port by VC++. I think delphi is suitable for you.

But don't you think you can work on Matlab?? It makes it easier

does MATLAB let me to interfacing serial or parellel ports or build a good Graphic interface unit?

i dont know too much about MATLAB. what can i do with MATLAB?
 

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Yes sure!

In fact the command used for Matlab is "s=serial('com')" which com is the serial port.

For graphical interface you can use the command "guid".

Another advantage is that Matlab is based on C language, which mean that you don't have big problems to work with it
 

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jakjoud said:
Yes sure!

In fact the command used for Matlab is "s=serial('com')" which com is the serial port.

For graphical interface you can use the command "guid".

Another advantage is that Matlab is based on C language, which mean that you don't have big problems to work with it

OK. thanks. it seems a good solution.
 

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You're very welcome. It's a real pleasure
 

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