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Hi All,
I have a quetion. Is it possible to run a method when an event occurs. Not by using infinite loops and events are not from any control, ex., event set by communication port like EV_TXEMPTY.

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Rajasekhar
Posted 5-Dec-10 23:56pm
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Solution 1

I would assume so.
Have a look at WaitCommEvent on MSDN.

Max.
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raja_s at 7-Dec-10 4:01am
   
Hi Maximilien,
Thanks for the reply. I think WaitCommEvent waits for an event to occur in a loop. Instead is it not possible to triger an action just like actions for controls.

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