using code blocks for programming

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denison

Joined Oct 13, 2018
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Hi, Can't register on the code blocks forum for my questions Others have the same problem. So I am posting here.
I am using code blocks successfully to program in 'C'. Found a tutorial about using it to link to a DLL.
The tutorial is very vague as it does not refer to a specific DLL. I am trying to link to a K8055.dll. The K8055 is a hardware board that allows you to have analog and digital inputs and outputs and software programmable in C++ with examples.
Anybody on this forum know how to link to a K8055.dll using 'C'? The K8055 board links to a laptop via a printer cable and provides a demo program which works ok. Code blocks seems to be able to recognise that I am coding in 'C' without me even specifying the language. So it may also recognise C++ if I use that.
Getting pretty desperate now as I can see how useful this board would be to getting data in and out and processing it. I am thinking of getting a professional computer guy to set it up for me if he even knows how to do it. It might cost me a bit if he takes a while to work it out.
Any help from this forum would be greatly appreciated.
 

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denison

Joined Oct 13, 2018
233
Thanks for the effort but again these links do not refer directly to the k8055 board. The Keith Walker links do. I would recommend anybody that wants to use the k8055 board to follow the Keith links. I have had the board for years and never been able to link software to it so it wasn't of much use.
I have seen many other guys giving up on using this board because of the difficulty in linking software to it.
 
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