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Why I'm writing to you is:- Their are a lot of amateur programmers out their that write in Delphi
Amateur programmers like me that are quite skilled.
Delphi is a cheaper language true but their are far more small/ medium programs out their made in Delphi than any other language today.
To connect Delphi to Pic18f's is a natural progression of the future.
 
When you connect a Hobby based PC programing language with Hobby Pic's
think of the future!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good for many hobbyists like me
 
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I'm personally into the PIC18F67J50 families as my project asks for more pins
I see I must include all pis18f's too
 
I'm effectively a Delphi programmer from my past before I found pic's
I write with Mikro Pascal
 
I hate writing in C,
and assembly has its places sometimes
I can decode c++ ok but you will never see me what to cross over ever.
slow (Its a bit like windows and Linux with Linux having too many options to the point of stupidity)
Delphi can get simple jobs done very fast.
 
I want to make a Delphi code component calling the windows dll's just like you do in C++
I want it Windows XP compatible with out the windows service packs (backward compatible)

all I get is MS offering me USB based on windows service packs 2 and 3
single processor computer do not run SP2 and SP3
I think I'm looking for a kernel interface to USB
 
The biggest problem I've had is finding the First string of commands to find the USB device. you article I'm just trying out
 
I'm fully familiar with MSDN and
1/ I have enough data to move data to my firmware I think
2/ I have the data to set up my controller
3/ I have a full grasp on HID, descriptors and USB speeds
 
Can you help me step though any issues I may have please
Please Email me
 
J Lex Dean,
From New Zealand Email:- lexdeanair @ hotmail.com
Posted 26-Feb-10 22:54pm

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Solution 1

I googled 'delphi usb control'
Here is the second hit.
http://www.sixca.com/eng/articles/usbstepping/[^]
 
Torry.com is your friend, so is delphi3000.com.
There are LOTS of delphi USB components out there:
 
Get familiar with torry.com and their search[^]
 
Get familiar with delphi 3000 and their search[^]
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