Re: * What port and what OS? Look for LPT or COM component settings.by john (no login)
Sorry, Clippy, I do not understand
I operate under Windows XP, and defeat Bill in order to run QB.
What is a "component setting"
If I send to the line printer then between which two wires does the number-stream appear?
Won't it be data codes (digital) for letters of the alphabet?
If I write a "file", can it be numbers?
Is there an internal D/A I can use, or must it be external?
Can it be read from a computer port to the outside world (which one?)while still being added to?
Which memory address do I send the numbers to?
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|Response Title||Author and Date|
|What do YOU want to use?||Clippy on Dec 17|
|Re: What do YOU want to use?||john on Dec 18|
|What's between you and Bill Gates for crying out loud!||Clippy on Dec 19|
|Not sure about all that...||Artelius on Dec 19|
|Voltages||Clippy on Dec 19|
|I DID provide a link to a related program...||Artelius on Dec 20|
|This reminds me of a joke||qbguy on Dec 21|
|Not true! To the Cloud to respond with my Windows Live....||Not Really Bill Gates on Dec 21|
|Re: What's between you and Bill Gates for crying out loud!||john on Dec 19|
|Bill retired, but M$ is still pulling in the reins...||Clippy on Dec 19|
|Re: Bill retired, but M$ is still pulling in the reins...||john on Dec 19|
|Are you putting the files in the QB64 folder?||Clippy on Dec 19|