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?

Many thanks

Posted on Dec 16, 2010, 11:34 PM

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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
    VoltagesClippy on Dec 19
     I DID provide a link to a related program...Artelius on Dec 20
    This reminds me of a jokeqbguy 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

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