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Building a VISA application with Borland C Builder

Question asked by adriano.caye on Nov 30, 2007
Latest reply on Dec 23, 2009 by odanzy

I'm trying to develop an application in C language using the 82341C ISA-GPIB interface card. My operating system is Windows 98 SE. The IDE that I have is Borland C++ Builder version 4.0 and I'm using the Agilent I/O library version M.01.01.04. 

What I want initially is to compile the IDN sample code that comes with the Agilent I/O library, but I don't succeed. I'm using the VISA library. Unfortunately the VISA user's guide doesn't explain how to build an application in Borland C Builder, only in Visual C and Visual Basic. So, what I want to know is: 

- Is it possible to develop an application using VISA library with Borland C++ Builder 4.0? 
- If yes, what are the steps necessary to build it? 

Best regards,
Adriano Caye.