BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 11-26-92 (00:47)             Number: 368
From: JERRY HUNTER                 Refer#: NONE
  To: DICK DENNISON                 Recvd: NO  
Subj: ICONS... ICO'S                 Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
 > JH> NAK! (G). QB's Open stops at 9600. Using a neat third-party gizmo (the

 > NAK.  You can use OPEN to 19200,  Try it.  (And you can
 > poke it to 115k
 > if you need to.)

Knew I could do it by tickling the MSR and pushing her to
115.2, but never tried OPEN at anything past 9600... when
going past 9600, I went the OUT/INP route. QBSER300 (with C
Source) is a bit easier to work with, so that's the route I
took (first piece of third-party code to go into the
DarkStar/CommLink environment)...

Didn't feel like INP/OUT to go to 19.2, and assumed (for
what reason I CANNOT recall) that the QB45 OPEN stopped at
9600. Perhaps it was a memory from an older version of QB...

Thanx for the info, though... might come in handy at a
future date, esp. with the volume of communications code I
seem to be wrapped up in these days...


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