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vrf LVR mentions VEE on its parallel ports pages

Question asked by hansolofalcon on Mar 9, 2003
Hello from Gregg C Levine
I am in the process of gathering third party objects for my next
project, and since VEE will be running on two machines to control the
DUT, I decided to visit the pages of an electronics engineer
www.lvr.com and the name of the person is Jan Axelson. (I actually
don't know of this is a man or a woman, and I'm not going to guess.)

Anyway, the objects that are supplied by Agilent for the LPT controls
examples, are mentioned there, and the links point to a location on
where they can be directly downloaded, that's here:
www.Gizmos-N-Gadjets.com
Naturally the person still calls VEE, and the company by its original
name.

Scott, do you want to contact the site, www.lvr.com to advise them of
the correct name for the company, and the product? Or should I?
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