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Default Direct I/O read/write

Is there a means within VB to read/write direct to hardware I/O addresses? The equivalent of IN/OUT commands within assembler?

Old September 13th, 2006, 03:27 PM
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Well, this is really not the Windows way. In Windows, the OS "owns" all I/O, and access is through drivers.
What I/O is it that you wanto to have such intimate contact with?

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