And Richard is trying to lessen that time by giving you some sage advice. This is how integrations work, if devices are spitting out data in certain format (and many times that format is specific to the vendor) it is up to YOU to determine (by looking at available vendor documentation) and code for this format.
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Ow boy, i started by telling i'm a complete beginner and was looking for people who have experience in this. I'm not looking for dataformats, i'm looking to connect w10 bluetooth through c++ not a lot to find on the interwebz, so if anyone has had succesfull experience with this please answer this thread.
You're not going to find anyone who has experience SPECIFIC TO YOUR DEVICE. You're getting the correct advice, and as a beginner, you need to learn that the best source of information on a specific device is the manufacturer of that device.
years ago i made some mvc apps, the help i got on codeproject was incredible.
Seems this is down the drain, none of you 3 are even reading my question, in stead of thinking about an answer (why else would you responsd to a question?) it's rtfm and acting hurt.
I have read it. THe advice you've gotten gets you to the point right after successfully connecting to the device. Reading data from it is device dependant, and that is where the CP advice ends and the manufacturer advice begins.
I wanted to navigate to a page in PDF file.
Theoretically, this could be done with ShellExecute (NULL, "open", "Path \ File", param1, NULL, SW_NORMAL), where
param1 = "# page = 123" or "/ A page = 123" or "/ A \" page = 123 \ ""; then the PDF file is opened, but the page is not activated.
You could do the same thing by opening PDF and then navigating to the page. It's a good idea, but it has the disadvantage that I don't know either.
1. Why are you calling ToInt32 on a value that is already an int type?
2. If WM_GETTEXTLENGTH returns zero, then that tells you the Window is not a Text type. As I said yesterday, if the contents are shown in a grid then you need to find out what actual control it is, and use the control's methods to extract the contents.
I found difficulties to understand the following function,
Under this function, float type WORDS and size are defined .
This function is using for UART/MODEBUS communication protocol. Its using to know the status of receiving data in main dsp control board. Variables are defined for size of DSP Registers and counter of register.
I guess you'll need to deliver more details about this
function (his body, anything), because we don't know anything about this
Its a command type function. Lets say DSP is master and another type of MCU is slave.
We are trying to make bridge among them. Additionally, this Modebus protocol has interface with API and display.It may have remote control piping. Slave is host here.
This file where I got this function has included register and device functioning header file.
Those can be describe here,
BOOL SysUsartBusy;//combining the functions of a data bus to carry information, an address bus to determine where it should be sent or read from, and a control bus to determine its operation.
WORD SysCmdTimeoutCount;//Byte and Word Swapping in Modbus, proposes a method to timeout a long-running command .
WORD SysCmdAckDelayCount;// system acknowledged, puting a delay count
WORD SysCmdDelayCount; // delay will counted //The tail() method is utilized to return a new queue that consists of all the elements except the first one.
BYTE CmdQueueHeader, CmdQueueTail;// In modbus data stream at first (flag, adress, control) belongs from a header file,Returns the queue of upcoming commands for the specified device.
BYTE CmdQueue[CMD_QUEUE_SIZE];//Queue is a function, may be its use for checking 1st and last data within a particular size.
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