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QuestionLearning C++ -- from a C# point of view Pin
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QuestionCan i save font in my MFC application? Pin
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Questionenumport problem Pin
wang200731-May-06 9:57
wang200731-May-06 9:57 
Ich wuerde Local COM port von meinem Computer suchen. Mein Computer hat nur COM1. Aber wenn ich mit enumport() meinen Computer sucht, zeigt folgendes Ergibnis: COM1,COM2,COM3,COM4 . Wie nutzt Man "enumport()". Mein code wie unten:

Email : wang_ba_de@yahoo.de

UsingEnumPorts(CUIntArray& ports)
{ports.RemoveAll();

DWORD cbNeeded = 0;
DWORD dwPorts = 0;
EnumPorts(NULL,2, NULL, 0, &cbNeeded, &dwPorts);


BOOL bSuccess = FALSE;

BYTE* pPorts = (BYTE*) _alloca(cbNeeded);
bSuccess = EnumPorts(NULL, 2, pPorts, cbNeeded, &cbNeeded, &dwPorts);
if (bSuccess)
{
PORT_INFO_1* pPortInfo = (PORT_INFO_1*) pPorts;
for (DWORD i=0; i<dwports; i++)
="" {
="" int="" nlen="_tcslen(pPortInfo-">pName);
if (nLen > 3)
{
if ((_tcsnicmp(pPortInfo->pName, _T("COM"), 3) == 0) && IsNumeric(&pPortInfo->pName[3], TRUE))
{

int nPort = _ttoi(&pPortInfo->pName[3]);
ports.Add(nPort);
}
}
}
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David Crow31-May-06 10:11
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QuestionSocket Class to use with MFC [modified] Pin
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Questionusing a dll to run the graphics of a scr Pin
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QuestionVisual Studio 2005, Multithreading option? Pin
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