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I/O Ports Programming (Parallel port) Reading / Writing + Surveillance System using VB.NET

, 18 Sep 2007
Input Output Port Accessing and Surveillance System using VB.NET and Introduction to Parallel Ports
documentation_offline_.zip
Documentation.doc
inpout32.zip
inpout32.dll
portaccess_application.zip
Resources
pp.jpg
bin
Debug
inpout32.dll
Port Access.exe
Port Access.vshost.exe
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings

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Purinda Gunasekara
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Australia Australia
Purinda Gunasekara is a researcher in Firmware developments, embedded systems and very much interested in low level programming and 3D Graphics programming. Some of his published researches are Infrasoft Earth Invasion which was the Gold Award winner at the National Best Quality Software awards in Sri Lanka, as well as at the International competition called "APICTA" in the year of 2005, it stands for "Asia Pacific ICT Awards" - http://www.apicta.com
 
In terms of programming interests, he first started writing programs in a PII machine using GWBasic and at the age of 14 he learned Delphi(Pascal) and lived with it for few years after he realized the power of C/C++ he newer looked back. Currently he is interested in php, C# and in embedded devices development using Microcontrollers.
 
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