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Inpout32.dll for Windows 98/2000/NT/XP

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A versatile Dynamic Link Library for parallel port interfacing. Works seamless with all versions of windows (WIN 98, NT, 200 and XP). Compatible with inpout32.dll comes with the book Parallel Port Complete without any modification. Download it for free with source code.

See a good parallel port interfacing tutorial here.


32-bit Assembler is Easy

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Contrary to popular legend, if you can write a Windows application in a compiler based language ( C/C++, Visual Basic etc), you can also write it in Assembly, especially if you choose a Macro Assembler such as MASM. 32-bit Assembler is Easy, why and how to develop using the assembler? Start learning to program in Assembly now!

How to create Windows executable (.exe) from Python script

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Python is a simple and powerful language for scripting and even application development. Various GUI packages available for Python makes it suitable for developing full fledged applications in python. Ok that is fine, but ever thought of creating an executable file from the python script you wrote? This seems to be a nice idea, there are many reasons why! You can redistribute your application without python. The end user needn't to install python on his machine. You can make your application closed source (unfortunate) etc... Read on this article to find how you can create win32 executables from your Python script.


Inpoutx64.dll for WIN XP 64 bit

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As 64 bit capable Windows versions arrive, it is very important to port inpout32.dll to it's 64 bit version so that 64 bit windows developers also can take advantage from programming parallel port. Here presents a 64 bit version inpout along with it's driver(it is also 64 bit).

Introduction to Storage Systems Part1

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Storage systems are inevitable for modern day computing. All known computing platforms ranging from handheld devices to large super computers use storage systems for storing data temporarily or permanently. Beginning from punch card which stores a few bytes of data, storage systems have reached to multi Terabytes of capacities in comparatively less space and power consumption. This tutorial is intended to give an introduction to storage systems and components to the reader.

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