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Standard Programming Language

Standard Programming Language

Standard Programming Language

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What is the typical progamming language used to develop a PDT6846 menu system?  If VB, can the latest version be used?  I program in Delphi, but I don't think that will work in a DOS environment.  I have WaveLink and their type libraries, which I understand will work with VB, C, etc. I have looked high and low for example VB code.  Anything out there?

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RE: Standard Programming Language

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Sorry for the post.
FYI, Delphi does work.

Go To http://www.wavelink.com
Customer Support
Support Forum
WaveLink Support Forum Search
Search For: Delphi
Select 'Delphi - Full Application'

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