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  1. #1 Parallel Port programming 
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    Can anyone suggest me a link where I can get some basic Idea of Parallel Port Programming, Please?


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  3. #2 visit this link 
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    visit http://www.braindumpindia.com
    goto technologies section you will find some resouces.
    Otherwise search on Google you will get many links.


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    Hmm that's really curious, 1 newbie joins at 7:36 with a rare type of question and 4 minutes later another newbie with guess what - the very experience needed joins and answers..... I smell a Prof here....
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    Better yet: their grammar style is exactly the same! Oh yeah!
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    And from the same country....

    Maybe he suffers from a split personality, or nobody else talks to him....
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    Access to the parallel port is via a female DB25 on the back of the PC...

    further details please see the following link :
    http://www.gmonline.demon.co.uk/cscene/CS4/CS4-02.html
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    I am new to this so bare with me. I had to build a door control for work. When someone with a legit card swiped the scanner, it would unlock the door. There were many (thousands) of cards and it had to be administered from a database. I found everything I needed to build the control and program the 25 pin DB printer output from these websites

    These sites will give you plans for the contol, and several different language examples (VB, C++) for programming the port. I found it so cool and usefull, I build a 8 channel control for my house for lights, heat, recepts. All with very little experience or knowledge in electronics.

    http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/Co...appliances.asp
    http://www.southwest.com.au/~jfuller/sio5.html
    http://www.logix4u.net/parallelport1.htm

    hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by y_guy25624
    I am new to this so bare with me. I had to build a door control for work. When someone with a legit card swiped the scanner, it would unlock the door. There were many (thousands) of cards and it had to be administered from a database. I found everything I needed to build the control and program the 25 pin DB printer output from these websites

    These sites will give you plans for the contol, and several different language examples (VB, C++) for programming the port. I found it so cool and usefull, I build a 8 channel control for my house for lights, heat, recepts. All with very little experience or knowledge in electronics.

    http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/Co...appliances.asp
    http://www.southwest.com.au/~jfuller/sio5.html
    http://www.logix4u.net/parallelport1.htm

    hope this helps.
    Nice one, Iwas planning to write an IO.dll but no need to re-invent the wheel! - worked first time!
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