April 10th, 2004, 10:41 PM
HELP: How To Use the Serial Port?????
I'm studying Electronics, I'm not going class(jus' through books), so I cant ask anyone for help.
I used to program alot, but these days its all electrons and protons .
Does anyone here know how to communicate with the serial port.
What I mean is, how can I send a "1" or a "high" to, say, pin 1(or any pin for that matter) of the serial port ?
I know C\C++, a bit of API(mostly forgot all commands), a scratch of PERL and also PASCAL(long time ago).
If you know how to communicate with the serial port, please help me for I would do anything(I'm on my knees 'cauze Mr.Google was feeling like a long "chat" ) .
The above named languages are only preference, so if you know another way to solve this prob I would sincerely appreciate it.
I know this is not the right place to ask this question but here goes:
Does anyone know what is the voltage and current rating of a serial port's "high" or "1" ?
I have learnt(a long time ago) how to use the serial port ,in C, to communicate with the PRINTER, actually I have written a tutorial about it here at AO(named:C\C++: Printing To Paper), but I still have absalutely no idea how to send info through the serial port for further usage(amplifying,switching,etc).
Beware, you who seek first and final principles, for you are
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April 11th, 2004, 06:09 PM
I came in to the world with nothing. I still have most of it.
April 28th, 2004, 11:20 AM
I think that perl like python probably has a serial port module.
pythons is called pyserial, check it out