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VERY careful with VB for serial port programming connecting to the embedded system.
Usually VB use two-byte Wide character set instead of single byte character. So characters in other Locales not considered in developing will be ruined.
i am working on a plotter , 3 steppers controlled with a 89c51 and uln2803. it interparets hpgl files from pc via serial port and stores config in a 24c16 eeprom. i am also trying to interface it with vb. any helps will be appriciated.
i don'w know why i feel that VB is a very stupid language and MS insists to support like here son, even this son brings nothing but troubles,
any way my friend, try another langage, ASM, C then
interface it to Borland C++Builder to make it visual project, it's the optimum
hi my dear
did u tried www.planet-source-code.com
first this web site is very good site to find some source codes for most popular applications.
but i think u are using dot net now not vb 6 or older versions . so if u use vb or vc then the final step will use the same compiler for all visual studio languages
there is no effect if u use vb or vc " two faces for the same coin" try vs.net is the best