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Illuma

Hi, I am struggling to get a function in a .dll file to work, I have had a good look about here & I have looked at similar functions and how they are called in other peoples working scrips (Martins CommMG), no matter what I try I cant get this .dll to return any information. The .dll allows you to return specific information / serial numbers from the PC, I want to use it so I can keep specific information on PC's in a file for my own records, It would be useful here to people if they wish to lock software to a certain PC. If anyone can please help me return some useful data from the .dll I think I could workout how to get the rest.

Here is a list of functions for the .dll

 

Functions exported by this DLL:

===============================================================================

UNIT
CubicHardID
Version 1.4a

COPYRIGHT
CubicDesign 2012
All rights reserved
www.Soft.Tahionic.com

Programming languages supported:
C, C++, VB, FoxPro, VBA, .Net, etc
Delphi programmers click this

================================================================================



CONSTANTS

// OSMemType
MemoryLoad = 1; // Total memory used in percents (%)
TotalPhys = 2; // Total physical memory in bytes
AvailPhys = 3; // Available physical memory (bytes)
TotalPageFile = 4; // Total page file in (bytes)
AvailPageFile = 5; // Available page file (bytes)
TotalVirtual = 6; // Total virtual memory in bytes
AvailVirtual = 7; // Available virtual memory (bytes)

// ProcMemType
WorkingSetSize =1; //- the current working set size, in bytes.
PageFaultCount =2; //- the number of page faults.
PeakWorkingSetSize =3; //- the peak working set size, in bytes.
QuotaPeakPagedPoolUsage =4; //- The peak paged pool usage, in bytes.
QuotaPagedPoolUsage =5; //- The current paged pool usage, in bytes.
QuotaPeakNonPagedPoolUsg =6; //- The peak nonpaged pool usage, in bytes.
QuotaNonPagedPoolUsg =7; //- The current nonpaged pool usage, in bytes.
PagefileUsage =8; //- The current space allocated for the pagefile, in bytes. Those pages may or may not be in memory.
PeakPagefileUsage =9; //- The peak space allocated for the pagefile, in bytes.


// CPU
function GetCPUSpeed : Double;
function CPUFamily : String; // Get cpu identifier from the windows registry
function GetCpuTheoreticSpeed: int; // Get cpu speed (in MHz)
function IsCPUIDAvailable : Boolean;
function GetCPUID (CoreMask: Word): String; // Get the ID of the specified logical CPU. For CoreMask parameter see this page.
function GetCpuIdNow : String; // Get the ID of the first available logical CPU
function GetCPUCount : int; // The number of LOGICAL processors in the current group
function IsIntel64BitCPU : Boolean; // Detects IA64 processors
function GetCPUVendor : String; // New GetCPUVendor function. Reported to work with D7 and D2009.

// RAM
function MemStatWindows (OSMemType : Byte): LongInt; // in Bytes. Limited by the capacity of the OS (32bits OSs will report max 2GB)
function MemStatWindows_KB (OSMemType : Byte): String; // in KB
function MemStatWindows_MB (OSMemType : Byte): String; // in MB
function MemStatCurrProc (ProcMemType: Byte= 1): LongInt; // Returns data about the memory used of the current process
function MemStatPeak: LongInt; // Peak memory used by current program

// RAM - Advanced stuff
function GetPageSize: LongInt; // The page size and the granularity of page protection and commitment. This is the page size used by the VirtualAlloc function.
function GetMemGranularity: int; // Granularity with which virtual memory is allocated (in KB)
function GetLowAddr: LongInt; // Lowest RAM memory address accessible to applications (this is the RAM address, not virtual memory address)
function GetHiAddr: LongInt; // Lowest RAM memory address accessible to applications

// HDD
function GetPartitionID (Partition : string): String; // Get the ID of the specified patition. Example of parameter: 'C:'
function GetIDESerialNumber(DriveNumber: Byte): String; // Get the unique ID of the harddrive. DriveNumber parameters can have values from 0 to 7. Number 0 corresponds to the first physic drive. UAC details

// BIOS (NEW!)
function BiosDate: string;
function BiosVersion: string; // Could be something like: TOSQCI - 6040000 Ver 1.00PARTTBL. TOS is comming from Toshiba Q is comming from product series (Qosmio)
function BiosProductID: string; // Manufacturer product (laptop, PC) ID - Could be something like: Toshiba_PQX33U-01G00H
function BiosVideo: string;

// Utils
function BinToInt(Value: String): int;
function CoreNumber2CoreMask(CoreNo: int): int; // Details
function GetDllVersion: Double;
function GetDllVersion: Double;

Note:
All strings used in this DLL are LPSTR (PAnsiChar). Byte is 'unsigned char'.
The following functions are freely accessible (you don't need a to purchase the DLL in order to use them): ChangeByteOrder, IntToBin, CoreNumber2CoreMask, WindowsProductID, GetPageSize, GetMemGranularity, GetLowAddr, GetHiAddr, MemStatWindows, MemStatWindows_KB, MemStatWindows_MB, MemStatCurrProc, MemStatPeak, IsCPUIDAvailable, GetCpuTheoreticSpeed, GetCPUCount, IsIntel64BitCPU, GetDllVersion, ReleaseMemory
 

 

Here are some examples of code usage

 

Example for C Builder programmers


__fastcall TForm1::TForm1(TComponent* Owner)
: TForm(Owner)
{
}
char* (__stdcall *GetIDESerialNumber)(BYTE);

HINSTANCE DllInst = NULL;



void __fastcall TForm1::Button1Click(TObject *Sender)
{
if (DllInst == NULL) DllInst = LoadLibrary("HardwareIDExtractorC.dll");
if (DllInst)
{
GetIDESerialNumber = (char* (__stdcall*)(BYTE))GetProcAddress(DllInst, "GetIDESerialNumber");

//Now call the imported function
Edit1->Text = GetIDESerialNumber(0); // 0 = first IDE hard drive in your system
}
}


void __fastcall TForm1::FormClose(TObject *Sender, TCloseAction &Action)
{
if ( DllInst ) FreeLibrary (DllInst);
}







Example in Visual Basic 5 programmers

In your BAS file write this:

Attribute VB_Name = "HardwareIDExtractor"
Public Declare Function GetIDESerialNumber
Lib "HardwareIDExtractorC.dll.DLL" (ByVal DriveNumber As Byte) As String




In your FRM file write something like this:

VERSION 5.00
Begin VB.Form Form1
Your form code here...
bla bla bla...
End


Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim DriveNumber As Byte
DriveNumber = 0
Text1.Text = GetIDESerialNumber(DriveNumber)
End Sub







Example in Visual FoxPro programmers


DECLARE STRING GetIDESerialNumber IN "HardwareIDExtractorC.dll" BYTE DriveNumber


Form1.Text1.Value = GetIDESerialNumber(0)







Example in C# (VS2005) programmers


namespace Project
{
public partial class Form1 : Form
{
[DllImport("HardwareIDExtractorC.dll")]
public static extern String GetIDESerialNumber(byte DriveNumber);

public Form1()
{
InitializeComponent();
}

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
textBox1.Text = GetIDESerialNumber(0);
}
}
}






Example in VB.NET (VS2008) programmers

Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices
Public Class Form1

Public Declare Function HardwareIDExtractorC
Lib "HardwareIDExtractorC.dll" (ByVal DriveNumber As Boolean) As String


Private Sub button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles button1.Click
textBox1.Text = GetHardwareID(0)
End Sub


Public Sub New()
InitializeComponent()
End Sub


Protected Overrides Sub Finalize()
MyBase.Finalize()
End Sub

End Class







Example in Delphi/Lazarus/Free Pascal programmers

Interface

function CPUFamily: String; external 'HardwareIDExtractor.DLL';



Implementation

procedure Button1ClickExecute(Sender: TObject);
begin
Label1.Caption:= CPUFamily;
end;


Demo application:
Source code (basic demo)
Source code (full demo)





Example in VBA programmers

Private Declare Function HardwareIDExtractorC
Lib "HardwareIDExtractorC.dll" (ByVal DriveNumber As Byte) As String


Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
TextBox1.Text = GetIDESerialNumber(0)
End Sub








Example in Liberty Basic programmers

open "HardwareIDExtractorC.dll" for dll as #id
calldll #id, "GetCpuIdNow", Pointer as uLong

function GetIDESerialNumber$(DriveNumber)
calldll #HwIDex, "GetIDESerialNumber", DriveNumber as ushort, pointer as ulong
GetIDESerialNumber$ = winstring(pointer) call ReleaseMemory pointer
end function

 

The .dll file is available in a Delphi version, I chose the universal version (not sure if that was correct) however I have tried both and they both returned the same value which is incorrect.

I am trying to get the unique serial number of the hard drive, my example returns 0 when run, if I remove the (0) at the end of my GetIDESerialNumber(0) I get an info box that quotes "invalid drive!" so I think something is working? Here is the code I am running now:-

Local $resultHDDSN
Local $dll = DllOpen("HardwareIDExtractorC.dll")


$resultHDDSN = DllCall('HardwareIDExtractorC.dll', 'str', 'GetIDESerialNumber(0)')


ConsoleWrite('+_WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage() = ' & _WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage())
ConsoleWrite('+_WinAPI_GetLastError() = ' & _WinAPI_GetLastError() & @crlf)
If @error Then Exit


MsgBox(262144, "IDE drive 0 Serial Number", $resultHDDSN )

DllClose($dll)

I have attached the .dll file I am using. Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

HardwareIDExtractorC.zip

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Sundance

Hi.

You must use $resultHDDSN[0] as the result of a successfull DLL call...

#include <winapi.au3>

Local $resultHDDSN
Local $dll = DllOpen("HardwareIDExtractorC.dll")
ConsoleWrite("DllOpen with result: " & $dll & @CRLF)

$resultHDDSN = DllCall('HardwareIDExtractorC.dll', 'str', 'GetIDESerialNumber', "BYTE", 0)

ConsoleWrite("DllCall  @error: " & @error & @CRLF)

ConsoleWrite('+_WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage() = ' & _WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage())
ConsoleWrite('+_WinAPI_GetLastError() = ' & _WinAPI_GetLastError() & @crlf)
If @error Then Exit

ConsoleWrite("resultHDDSN =" & $resultHDDSN[0] & @CRLF)

DllClose($dll)
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Illuma

Thanks Sundance I had no idea the result was an array, I also now understand a little more! :thumbsup:

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Sundance

Years ago i stepped into the same pitfall :shifty:

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      ;Credentials Manager #include <array.au3> #include <WinAPI.au3> ;Needed for the _WinAPI_GetLastError() ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;----- Add items into the Credentials Store ---------------------------- ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;~ _Cred_Add("MyCredStored", "ItsMe", "Secret1", "", 1) ;Add a Local Credentials so we can test the retrieval of a password ;~ $aAddCred = _Cred_Add("MyServer", "Domain\adminAccount", "MyS3cr3+P@ssw0rd") ;Add domain Credentials that can only be used with RDP and other such items ;~ _ArrayDisplay($aAddCred, "AddCred") ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;----- Retrieve Credentials from the Credentials Store ----------------- ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;~ $aCreds = _Cred_Get("MyServer", 2) ;Retrieve Domain Cred's, won't have password in it ;~ _ArrayDisplay($aCreds, "Credentials") $aCreds = _Credentials_Enumerate() ;Get a list of all credentials currently stored on the system **(DOES NOT WORK)** ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;----- Delete a Credential from the Credentials Store ------------------ ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;~ _Cred_Delete("MyServer") ;Delete the specified item from the Credential Store ;~ For $d = 1 to UBound($aCreds) - 1 ;~ _Cred_Delete($aCreds[$d][0]) ;Loop to delete all items found. **(DOES NOT WORK)** ;~ Next ;------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;================================================================================================ ;===== Add a Credential into the Credentials Store ============================================= ;================================================================================================ Func _Cred_Add($sTarget, $sUser, $sPassword, $sComm = "", $iType = 2) ;Type: 2=Domain, 1=Local Local $structTarget = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]") ; Create a structure to hold the Target object name DllStructSetData($structTarget, 1, $sTarget) ; Insert the target name into that Structure Local $structUser = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]") ; Create a structure to hold the UserName to use DllStructSetData($structUser, 1, $sUser) ; Insert the user name into the structure Local $structPwd = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]") ; Create a structure to hole the password to use DllStructSetData($structPwd, 1, $sPassword) ; Insert the password into the structure Local $structComment = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]") ; I don't see where this is used, but was in all the examples DllStructSetData($structComment, 1, $sComm) Local $structCREDENTIAL= "" & _ "DWORD Flags;" & _ "DWORD Type;" & _ "Ptr TargetName;" & _ "Ptr Comment;" & _ "UINT64 LastWritten;" & _ "DWORD CredintialBlobSize;" & _ "Ptr CredentialBlob;" & _ "DWORD Persist;" & _ "DWORD AttributeCount;" & _ "ptr Attributes;" & _ "Ptr TargetAlias;" & _ "Ptr Username" Local $NewCred = DllStructCreate($structCREDENTIAL) If @error Then MsgBox(0, "NewCred", "Error in DllStructCreate " & @error); Exit EndIf DllStructSetData($NewCred,"Flags",0) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"Type",$iType) ;2 = Domain, 1 = Generic DllStructSetData($NewCred,"TargetName",DllStructGetPtr($structTarget)) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"Persist",3) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"AttributeCount",0) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"UserName",DllStructGetPtr($structUser)) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"CredentialBlob",DllStructGetPtr($structPwd)) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"CredintialBlobSize",StringLen($sPassword)*2) DllStructSetData($NewCred,"Comment",DllStructGetPtr($structComment)) Local $hAdvapi32 = DllOpen("Advapi32.dll") If $hAdvapi32 = -1 Then Msgbox(0, "Error", "Failed to connect to the Credentials Store") Exit Endif $Ret = DllCall($hAdvapi32, 'bool', 'CredWriteW', 'ptr', DllStructGetPtr($NewCred), 'dword', 0) $NewCred = 0 If IsArray($Ret) Then Return $Ret Else Return SetError(1) EndIf EndFunc ;_Cred_Add ;================================================================================================ ;===== Retrieve the Credentials for the specified item ========================================= ;================================================================================================ Func _Cred_Get($sTarget, $iType = 1) ;Type: 2=Domain, 1=Local. CAN'T RETURN DOMAIN PASSWORDS!!! Local $FuncRet[3] Local $structTarget = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]") DllStructSetData($structTarget,1,$sTarget) Local $hAdvapi32 = DllOpen("Advapi32.dll") If $hAdvapi32 = -1 Then Msgbox(0, "Error", "Failed to connect to the Credentials Store") Exit Endif Local $Ret = DllCall($hAdvapi32, 'bool', 'CredReadW', 'ptr', DllStructGetPtr($structTarget), 'dword', $iType, 'dword', 0, 'ptr*', 0) if $ret[0]=0 then Return SetError(1,0,$FuncRet) Local $structCREDENTIAL= "" & _ "DWORD Flags;" & _ "DWORD Type;" & _ "Ptr TargetName;" & _ "Ptr Comment;" & _ "UINT64 LastWritten;" & _ "DWORD CredintialBlobSize;" & _ "Ptr CredentialBlob;" & _ "DWORD Persist;" & _ "DWORD AttributeCount;" & _ "Ptr Attributes;" & _ "Ptr TargetAlias;" & _ "Ptr Username" Local $tdata=DllStructCreate($structCREDENTIAL, $Ret[4]) Local $userName = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'Username')) Local $User = DllStructGetData($userName, 1) Local $CredentialBlobSize = DllStructGetData($tdata, 'CredintialBlobSize') Local $credentialBlob = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'CredentialBlob')) Local $Password = StringLeft(DllStructGetData($credentialBlob, 1), $CredentialBlobSize/2) Local $Comment = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'Comment')) Local $Comm = DllStructGetData($Comment, 1) Dim $FuncRet[] = [$User, $Password, $Comm] Return $FuncRet EndFunc ;_Cred_Get ;================================================================================================ ;===== Delete a specified item from the Credentials Store ====================================== ;================================================================================================ Func _Cred_Delete($sTarget, $iType = 2) ;Type: 2=Domain, 1=Local Local $structTarget = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]") ;Create a structure to hold the object name we want to delete DllStructSetData($structTarget, 1, $sTarget) ;Insert the Object Name into the Structure Local $hAdvapi32 = DllOpen("Advapi32.dll") If $hAdvapi32 = -1 Then Msgbox(0, "Error", "Failed to connect to the Credentials Store") Exit Endif ;Now send all the info into the DLL to delete the item $Ret = DllCall($hAdvapi32, 'bool', 'CredDeleteW', 'ptr', DllStructGetPtr($structTarget), 'dword', $iType, 'dword', 0) ;$iType 2 = Domain, 1 = Local EndFunc ;_Cred_Delete ;================================================================================================ ;===== Return a 2D array with the Target, UserName, Password for every item ==================== ;===== in the Credentials Store ==================== ;================================================================================================ Func _Credentials_Enumerate() ;https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa374794(v=vs.85).aspx ;https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/99705-credenumerate-function-call/?do=findComment&comment=715159 Local $aResult Local $structCREDENTIAL = "DWORD Flags;" & _ "DWORD Type;" & _ "Ptr TargetName;" & _ "Ptr Comment;" & _ "UINT64 LastWritten;" & _ "DWORD CredintialBlobSize;" & _ "Ptr CredentialBlob;" & _ "DWORD Persist;" & _ "DWORD AttributeCount;" & _ "Ptr Attributes;" & _ "Ptr TargetAlias;" & _ "Ptr Username" $aResult = DllCall('advapi32.dll', 'int', 'CredEnumerateW', _ ;Call the Unicode version of CredEnumerate 'wstr', Null, _ ;Don't use any filter since I want everything returned 'uint', 1, _ ;1 = CRED_ENUMERATE_ALL_CREDENTIALS 'uint*', '', _ ;Return the Count of all stored credentials 'ptr*', '') ;Returns a pointer to an Array of pointers? If @error Or ($aResult[0] = 0) Then ConsoleWrite('Error: ' & @error & @TAB & 'Extended: ' & @extended & @CRLF) ConsoleWrite(_WinAPI_GetLastError() & @CRLF) ;1168 = Nothing matches the filter, 1312 = no credential set for this user, 1004 = Flag/Filter options are wrong Return SetError(1) EndIf ConsoleWrite("DllCall Returned = " & $aResult[0] & @CRLF & "Credential Count = " & $aResult[3] & @CRLF & "Pointer to Creds Array = " & $aResult[4] & @CRLF) For $c = 2 to $aResult[3] ;Create enough struct for each item in each credential found $structCREDENTIAL &= "DWORD Flags;" & _ "DWORD Type;" & _ "Ptr TargetName;" & _ "Ptr Comment;" & _ "UINT64 LastWritten;" & _ "DWORD CredintialBlobSize;" & _ "Ptr CredentialBlob;" & _ "DWORD Persist;" & _ "DWORD AttributeCount;" & _ "Ptr Attributes;" & _ "Ptr TargetAlias;" & _ "Ptr Username" Next Local $tdata = DllStructCreate($structCREDENTIAL, $aResult[4]) ;Insert all the data from the array of pointers into this struct Local $FullTarget = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'TargetName')) ;Create and Get the array storing TargetName Local $userName = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'Username')) ;Create and Get the array storing Username Local $CredentialBlobSize = DllStructGetData($tdata, 'CredintialBlobSize') ;Get the password blob Local $credentialBlob = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'CredentialBlob')) ;Create and get the password text Local $Comment = DllStructCreate("wchar[100]", DllStructGetData($tdata, 'Comment')) ;Don't see a need for comments ;Retrieve the data For $c = 1 to $aResult[3] Local $Target = DllStructGetData($FullTarget, $c) ;Retrieve the Target Name from the item # Local $User = DllStructGetData($userName, $c) ;Retrieve the User Name from the item # Local $Password = StringLeft(DllStructGetData($credentialBlob, $c), $CredentialBlobSize/2) ;Retrieve the password, Only works for 1, legacy. domain creds will not return passwords Local $Comm = DllStructGetData($Comment, $c) ;Don't need comments but getting it since it's in all the examples ConsoleWrite("Loop = " & $c & ": Target = " & $Target & ": UserName = " & $User & ": Comment = " & $Comm & @CRLF) Next If $aResult[3] > 0 Then $aCreds = DllCall('advapi32.dll', 'none', 'CredFree', 'ptr', $aResult[4]) ;This is just used to release the pointer. Call when done EndIf EndFunc ;_Credentials_Enumerate  
    • luckyluke
      By luckyluke
      Hello,
      Im trying to read the output from CMD using Dllcall, here is my code:
      #include <WinAPI.au3> #include <array.au3> Global Const $STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE = -11 Global Const $_CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFO = _ "struct;int dwSizeX;" & _ "short dwSizeY;" & _ "short dwCursorPositionX;" & _ "short dwCursorPositionY;" & _ "short wAttributes;" & _ "short Left;" & _ "short Top;" & _ "short Right;" & _ "short Bottom;" & _ "short dwMaximumWindowSizeX;" & _ "short dwMaximumWindowSizeY;endstruct" $pCmd = Run( "cmd.exe" ) Sleep(1000) $hCmd = WinGetHandle("") ConsoleWrite('handle:' & $hCmd & @CRLF) $aRet = DllCall("kernel32.dll", "int", "AttachConsole", "dword", $pCmd) ;_ArrayDisplay($aRet) If $aRet[0] <> 0 Then $vHandle_data='' $vHandle='' $vHandle_data = DllStructCreate($_CONSOLE_SCREEN_BUFFER_INFO) ; Screen Buffer structure $aRet1 = DllCall("kernel32.dll", "hwnd", "GetStdHandle", "dword", $STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE) if not @error Then $vHandle = $aRet1[0] $aRet = DllCall("kernel32.dll", "int", "GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo", "hwnd", $vHandle, _ "ptr", $vHandle_data) MsgBox(0, '1',DllStructGetData($vHandle_data, 'dwSizeX') & _WinAPI_GetLastErrorMessage()) EndIf It did not work, i got the message 'The handle is invalid'. Please help?
      Thank you in advance!
    • MazeM
      By MazeM
      Hi
      here's another UDF for the serial port. It is very similar to CommAPI using kernel32.dll, but all code is packed into a single file without any dependencies, not even using WinAPI.au3. It differs from existing UDF that it doesn't allow a timeout when reading, instead it always returns immediately, either with the requested amount ob bytes read or with a failure status. And of course there is a function provided to query the amount of available bytes in the receive buffer. The reason behind this design decision: You can do 1000 other things in the main loop while checking from time to time if enough data bytes arrived. There's no point to block the program waiting for the serial port.
      It is currently a work-in-progress, as I didn't test all functions yet. The code was developed and tested on Windows 7 64 bit.  The ComUDF-Tests.au3 shows some tests and basic usage of the UDF. Maybe there's no reason to use this UDF, given the existence of the others UDFs, but I did it to get to know DllCall better - I use structs no only to pass but also to get data back (I don't use the array returned by DllCall to read that data, unless required). You're welcome to test it on older and newer Windows versions.
      Here's a list of the implemented functions:
      ; _ComListPorts ; _ComOpenPort ; _ComSetTimeouts ; _ComClosePort ; ; _ComSetBreak ; _ComClearBreak ; _ComGetInputcount ; _ComGetOutputcount ; _ComClearOutputBuffer ; _ComClearInputBuffer ; ; _ComSendByte ; _ComReadByte ; _ComSendBinary ; _ComReadBinary ; ; _ComSendChar ; _ComReadChar ; _ComSendCharArray ; _ComReadCharArray ; _ComSendString ; _ComReadString ; ; __ComClearCommError ; __PurgeComm Maze
       
      ComUDF.au3
      ComUDF-Tests.au3
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