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ASCII iPort .NET Class Library
Windows Desktop Project
MS Visual Studio
VB.NET Sample Application
||The ASCIIiPortLib class library provides
and enumerations that support the development of Microsoft Visual
Studio .NET or National Instruments LabVIEW V7+ applications
for I2C Bus communications. This library support page provides
a downloadable Visual Studio Windows Desktop Project created by the MCC
Technical Support team. The information and project files are owned solely
by MCC, are made available on a non-exclusive, royalty-free basis for use
with MCC I2C Bus host adapters, and are covered by MCC's
End User License Agreement.
Supported MCC I2C Bus Adapters:
Supported MS.NET Languages:
Supported Microsoft Development Tools:
Visual Studio 2005+ Express Edition
Visual Studio 2005+ Standard Exition
Visual Studio 2005+ Professional Edition
MS Windows 7+.
MS .NET version 2 or greater (included with Visual Studio 2005+) installed
This project created using Visual Studio 2017.
A supported MCC ASCII-interface I2C Bus adapter (See Above)
Virtual ComPort driver iPort/USB 2, iPort/USB, iPort/LAN, iPort/LAN 2,
i2cStick, or i2cStick 2.
Refer to the ASCII iPort
.NET Class Library Reference
Class Library Information:
Project Solution File: iPortSampleApplication.sln
How to Install and Use This Visual Studio Project:
Library Version: 2.6
Library Namespace: MCC.iPort.ASCII
Library Assembly File: ASCIIiPortLib.DLL
Library IntelliSense File: ASCIIiPortLib.XLM
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Download the project file (see below):
Extract Compressed Project Folders and Files with MS Edge, Windows Explorer,
PKunZip, or other extraction software.
Run Microsoft Visual Studio 2005+ and select File|Open|Project/Solution...
Browes to the extracted folder ASCII_iPort_Windows_Desktop_VB_App/iPortSampleApplication3.
Select and Open the solution file: iPortSampleApplication.sln.
Build, Start, Modify, and Save project source files as required.
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