Modems (non programming)

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    Modems (non programming)

    I was wondering if any one over here knows how to use modems directly.

    I mean to use modem commands like atdt etc from .bat or even from c++ to call/ring specific phone number(s) or a list of numbers

    any link to pages on how to use modems would be fine too.

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    I'm confused a bit. Not by the question, but your subject says non-programming. And you want to use C++. You may want to go to google for commands.

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    i think i get it

    U mean like the modem commands ++ makes in diconnect and 255 is when modem is working

    that what u mean?

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