C Programmer's Guide to Serial Communications

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Sams Pub., 1993 - Computers - 939 pages
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Comprehensive coverage of serial communications for all intermediate and advanced C programmers. This new edition provides a new perspective on incorporating serial communications with C.
-- Includes new information about Windows and DOS serial communications
-- Discusses the basics of serial communications, ASCII, and RS-232 technology
-- Filled with inside information to bring developers up-to-date on the latest developments in serial communications
-- Features a handy two-color poster that lists ASCII functions

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Jazz musician and writer, Joe Campbell got hooked on humour in high school and has had his essays published in "Stitches, the Journal of Medical Humour," "Gilbert," the "Toronto Sun," the "Calgary Herald," and "The Globe & Mail." He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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