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Reading all COM ports on computer using VC++

This is a discussion on Reading all COM ports on computer using VC++ within the Networking/Device Communication forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Hi, I wanted to read all the COM ports available on a computer (COM1, COM2, etc ) using VC++. Can ...

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    Reading all COM ports on computer using VC++

    Hi,

    I wanted to read all the COM ports available on a computer (COM1, COM2, etc ) using VC++. Can anyone suggest a way to do so.

    Thanks,
    Emma Good.

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    Wow great timing, Microsoft have just released a new function which does exactly this. Oh wait, no, it's exactly the same as last time you asked.

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    Just like when Salem debugged the last time to advise for the settings and it turned out that the library was missing error C3861. Anyways its good to see experts search in the forum for answers themselves. Microsoft or no microsoft, the work is gets done. BTW is there any such functions. The geeks at my end say no.....

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