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From: "Matt Foster"
Subject: Re: RS232 newbie - in need of assistance!
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Date: Thu, 02 Jan 2003 22:44:26 GMT
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I'm getting confused, and I think it's time to point out I'm not studying
electronics (you probably guessed) but instead Maths, Physics and Computing
(german too but that's irrelevant). I did electronics to GCSE so know the
How much will I have to pay one of you guys to design me this circuit? :-D
"PCS Electronics" wrote in
> Look for pin assignment of the printer port. Attach data bits to +5V via,
say, 4K7 resistor and a
> switch in series. Minus of the battery goes to gnd on the printer port.
> "Matt Foster" wrote in message
> > I kinda like the serial port idea, but hey.
> > >Attach some switches to the printer port
> > How do I go about doing that?
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