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vrf More I/O Questions

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 16, 2008
Well there's no type on the pBuffer param, so it might not be Int. Given that this seems to be a very general IO thing, it either has to be configured for port size or it assumes 32-bit & the hardware just chops off what's not needed. All in all, the easiest way to do either would be to specify char* for pBuffer, which would be VEE Text.

Whatever is going on, it'll be in the documentation.

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