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Hi all,
this is my first question so please go easy on me Smile | :)
I found one library on google code[^] but as it seems it's been abandoned.
I searched on stackoverflow too[^], but the only reference is to the link mentioned above.
The problem for me is that that code doesn't get past the initialization part on the machine we're using.
So, was just wondering have any of you guys worked on a project that made use of ccTalk protocol[^] and how did you go about it? The company from which we got the device (coin acceptor) is just playing ignorant to our questions of some kind of a .dll which would aid us in making communication with the device itself.
Ideally I'm looking for a .net library.
Posted 28-Jan-13 22:42pm
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Solution 2

I managed to come up with a solution based on the aforementioned google code project. I hosted my project on github:[^] so I hope it will help someone.
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Solution 1

I haven't used ccTalk protocol but from what I can see it's similar to some RS232 stuff I did back in the day. Unfortunately I can't share that code with you.
However, based on that premise, have a look at these links and see if it helps...
Some general blurb from microsoft[^]
Haven't tried this yet but looks to be an ok simple example to get you started[^]
or a version here[^]
There's probably a lot more out there, including on Code Project - use "Serial Communication" instead of "ccTalk" in your search to open out the possibilities

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