Programming for serial IO cards
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 09:22:18 +0800
I haven't had much C or C++ programming experience; just wondering if
anyone's had any success writing programs to control serial IO cards
(the ones that you can use to control other electronics etc...)
What is a good card to use, and where do I find info to program for it?
The cards I've looked at so far only include Qbasic listings...
I want to run under Linux.
This is a personal project.
Thanks in advance...
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