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Re: [CPROG] funktion til at snakke med parallelporten



On Sun, 9 Jun 2002, Steffen Juul Christensen wrote:

> hej.
> 
> Hvad hedder den (hvis den findes :\) funktion som men bruger til at 
> skrive til parallelproten?

Der findes ikke en standard C funktion til det, men du kan enten bruge et 
bibliotek, eller, under x86, skrive direkte til porte, mv.

Du skal finde en eller anden HOWTO, f.eks. serial eller port programming 
howto.

Mads

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