Display Communication Sample
Display Communication Sample is a Java application that comes with everything including code and documentation. This simple application allows you to connect to any serial port including USB ports, and send and receive data to and from our displays. You may also send commands to the displays byte by byte. Anyway check it out for yourself, it's an easy way to get started writting your own applications to communicate to our displays using Java.
Here is the link to download Display Communication Sample:http://www.lcdforums.com/download/CodeSamples/DisplayCommunicationSample.zip
This zip file includes...
DisplayCommunicationSample.jar -> Double-click this file to start running the applicationNote:
DisplayCommunicationSample Documentation.html.lnk -> Shortcut to documentation home file
javadoc -> Folder containing documentation
src -> Folder containing source code
This application uses Java(TM) Communications API 2.0, which is only available for Windows and Solaris. If anyone wants a Linux version let me know.Requirements
For the communications API all you need to do is copy these three files from the downloaded zip file:
win32com.dll to the .../jre/bin/ directory
javax.comm.properties to the .../jre/lib directory
comm.jar to the .../jre/lib/ext directory
That's it, no need to change CLASSPATH or anything like that.C Sample
Thought I'd keep it simple and do a C sample first.http://www.lcdforums.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1588Next...
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