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How to connect COM1 port?

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Hi all,

Can I connect to COM serial port and communicate? maybe from runDLL? can I have the DLL documentation or anything? :)

Big...big...thanks.... :)

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Sure, find the documentation for the DLL and you can have it. We didn't write the DLL, therefore, we can't give you the documentation to it because we don't have it (Funny how that works, no?).

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Just a quick reply (I´m in a rush)....

If you want to copy a file, I think it´s possible using just the dos-command : copy

For example :

copy bplayer.exe com1

I`m not sure, but I think I`ve tried it once.

Good luck !

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I dont think copying a file to the serial port was on his mind

are you using an x10 controler to the serial port ?

how about a motorola cell phone interface?

you say robotics is your cup ot tea?

here are some samples of serial comm:

http://www.cpcug.org/user/clemenzi/technic...es/SerialIO.htm

take time to explain what you need. If you just say "gimme code" you will get the WRATH of whoever reads your post. A grin from the rest of us.

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;):D:(:idiot::idiot::idiot:

Yes...you read my mind...are you a psychician? :)

I want to make SMS (Short Messaging System) application using AutoIt :blink::evil:

OK, I'll follow your link....thanks a lot... :)

I dont think copying a file to the serial port was on his mind

are you using an x10 controler to the serial port ?

how about a motorola cell phone interface?

you say robotics  is your cup ot tea?

here are some samples of serial comm:

http://www.cpcug.org/user/clemenzi/technic...es/SerialIO.htm

take time to explain what you need. If you just say "gimme code" you will get the WRATH of whoever reads your post. A grin from the rest of us.

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With cmd....

First set it up

mode com1 BAUD=9600 parity=n DATA=8 STOP=1 RTS=off DTR=off

What works

echo Messages is here>com1

>com1 echo Messages is here

note that @CRLF is added to the end of each line however it might be a little differnent if you do

echo Messages is here>>com1

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Search the forum for the following: Serial, RS232, X10, COM2, COM1, etc. You will find more information relating directly to AutoIt.

Gene

With cmd....

First set it up

mode com1 BAUD=9600 parity=n DATA=8 STOP=1 RTS=off DTR=off

What works

echo Messages is here>com1

>com1 echo Messages is here

note that @CRLF is added to the end of each line however it might be a little differnent if you do

echo Messages is here>>com1


[font="Verdana"]Thanks for the response.Gene[/font]Yes, I know the punctuation is not right...

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Rs232

Go there

Why do you think he should only look at one thread out of several that address the same or similar issues"

Gene


[font="Verdana"]Thanks for the response.Gene[/font]Yes, I know the punctuation is not right...

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Why do you think he should only look at one thread out of several that address the same or similar issues"

Gene

I do not I am just giving a link to it because I found it very very helpful and have writen a program that I posted there as it is in a post I did not want to take up more space than I needed to.

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I do not I am just giving a link to it because I found it very very helpful and have writen a program that I posted there as it is in a post I did not want to take up more space than I needed to.

OK, it just looked that way.

Gene


[font="Verdana"]Thanks for the response.Gene[/font]Yes, I know the punctuation is not right...

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