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Parallel Port

How to read Parallel/Serial Port address from BIOS

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To write an interfacing program with parallel port or serial port, we need to know the base address of the corresponding port in advance. Normally the base address of LPT1 will be 0x378 and that of LPT2 will be 0x3F8. And most of the home PCs will have only one parallel port with base address 0x378.

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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).
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How Inpout32.dll works ?

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Tried the Inpout32.dll..? then Learn how Inpout32.dll does the things. This brief tutorial explains about the working of Inpout32.dll in simple steps, with the help of a flow chart. This could help you much if you want to modify the Inpout32 dll source code

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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.

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A tutorial on Parallel port Interfacing

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A tutorial on Parallel port interfacing and programming for beginners. This tutorial covers both hardware and software aspects about programming the parallel port. It also includes a sample schematic and test program in Visual C++. You can make your first parallel port application running straight away.

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