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    How To Make A DLL

    Programming Custom Hardware in Visual Basic


    Screen shot of Visual Basic Application for the Port I/O

    Introduction

    Audience: You are developing custom hardware for Windows 95
    You are frustrated learning how to create a DLL
    You want Port I/O in Visual Basic
    You want to mimic QuickBasic's INPUT and OUTPUT statements in VB
    You want to mimic Turbo C's inportb() and outportb() statements in VB
    Level: ALL
    Pre-requisites: Some Visual Basic programming, Win95 PC.
    Compilers: Visual Basic 4.0 or 5.0
    Microsoft Visual C++ 4.0 or 5.0 (not neccessary if you just want
    to use the DLL and not program your own)
    Downloads: All source code to DLL, compiled DLL
    and apps programs.
    Motivation

    You might be curious how to write Visual Basic (VB) applications for your unique hardware device. For example, you custom developed a PC card. It might be a data acquisition card, or perhaps a motor controller. This tutorial will show you can write VB programs using a Dynamically linked library (DLL). This tutorial is in response to the dozens of postings on the VB u***** group every month:

    "How do I create a DLL?"
    "How do you get VB to call functions written in Visual C++ or
    other languages?"

    Sadly, you might be frustrated with the posted responses. You might be frustrated scouring over reference books. You might be frustrated that the DLL's on the Internet don't provide source code - thus wondering what magic is used to create it.
    Here, this tutorial gives you step-by-step instructions along with GIF image screen shots to show you how to easily make your own DLL. This tutorial is also in response to the hundreds of email Boondog gets each month about writing VB apps for the 8255 PC Interface Card. This simple tutorial will show you how to get started.

    Dynamically Linked Libraries (DLL)

    Why do I need DLLs?

    You might have just started using Visual Basic (VB), appreciating how easy it is to write Win95 32-bit applications with it. The learning curve is relatively quick. You might have migrated from QuickBasic or Turbo C, thus having some knowledge of the fundamental statements.
    If you have migrated from DOS' QuickBasic to VB, you soon realize that QuickBasic's INPUT and OUTPUT (or Turbo C's inportb and outportb) functions were not implemented in VB. These functions are crucial for PC hardware developers and programmers because they allowed you to read and write to ports. Thus without INPUT or OUPUT you can't read from or write to your device.

    There is a way around this, using a DLL. As the name implies, DLLs allows VB to link (a step before compiling) code (libraries you coded up in another language like Delphi, Borland C++ or Microsoft's Visual C++) during run-time (dynamically). VC++ has port I/O (input and output) read/write functions. Also VC++'s compiler allows you to create DLLs (in addition to executable EXE files). Thus you:
    1. Write VC++ code that uses these read/write functions
    2. Compile it into a DLL (instead of an executable EXE file) file
    3. Call your functions from VB

    Writing your own DLL or just using one?

    If you don't have VC++ don't worry. You can still use the FREE DLL here to read/write to ports.
    Download 8255.ZIP which contains 8255.def, 8255.cpp and the 8255.dll files.

    You just copy the 8255.DLL file to your C:\windows directory. You can then have your VB program use them. But if you are curious then writing a DLL is very easy. The steps in this tutorial specifically use Visual C++ 5.0, but easy enough to mimic in Delphi, Visual C++ 4.0 and Borland C++.

    Writing the DLL

    There are two files you need to create. The first is a DEF (define) file. The second is the CPP (C++ source) file. Both are simple ASCII text files. You can use any editor (e.g. DOS' edit, or Windows' Notepad). These are listed below:
    8255.def listing:

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    LIBRARY 8255
    DESCRIPTION DLL FOR 8255 CARD

    EXPORTS
    Out8255 @1
    In8255 @2
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The name of your DLL library is given on the first line. It is 8255. The second line is just a comment. Exports list the names of the functions you will eventually define in your VC++. These functions are: Out8255 and In8255. If you eventually wish to add more functions, give the name of your function and the next number, like MyFunction @3.

    8255.cpp listing:

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    // FILE: 8255.cpp
    // AUTH: P.OH/Boondog Automation
    // DATE: 07/01/98
    // DESC: CPP source file for 8255 DLL - compiled with Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0

    #include
    #include // contains Visual C++'s inp and out functions

    // ------------------------------------------------------
    // FUNC: Out8255
    // DESC: uses Microsoft's Visual C++ _outp() function
    // to output a PortData to PortAddress
    // ------------------------------------------------------

    short _stdcall Out8255( int PortAddress, int PortData )
    {
    short Dummy;
    // Need Dummy since _outp officially returns int
    // short is a 16-bit integer in Win32 C++
    // whereas int is 32-bit integer Win32 C++
    // use (short) to force returning 16-bit integer
    // back to VB
    Dummy = (short)(_outp( PortAddress, PortData ));

    return(Dummy);

    }; // end of Out8255


    // ----------------------------------------------------
    // FUNC: In8255
    // DESC: uses Microsoft's Visual C++ _inp() function
    // to read PortAddress
    // ----------------------------------------------------

    short _stdcall In8255( int PortAddress )
    {
    short PortData;
    // short is a 16-bit integer in Win32 C++
    // whereas int is 32-bit integer in Win32 C++
    // use (short) to force returning 16-bit integer
    // back to VB

    PortData = (short)(_inp( PortAddress ));
    return( PortData );

    }; /* end of In8255 */

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    8255.cpp defines In8255 and Out8255. It uses VC++'s _inp() and _out() functions. The single underscore before inp and outp are needed. This underscore notation refers to downloadly compatiable functions that were defined in older versions of VC++.

    Step 1: Write your .def and .cpp files
    Create a directory called c:\port. Type and save the DEF file as 8255.def and the CPP file as 8255.cpp - if you want, just cut, paste and save these files, or just download and save them.

    Step 2: Visual C++ 5.0
    Bring up Visual C++. Select FILE - NEW as seen in Figure 1:

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP01.GIF

    Figure 1

    Step 3: Create Your Project
    This brings up the NEW window. Make sure the Projects tab is selected and choose Win32 Dynamic-Link Library (Figure 2). Make sure that Location is c:\port (you can click the ... button to explore your directories). This is why you created a directory c:\port in Step 1. Type 8255 in the Project Name field. Click on OK. You should now see the result (Figure 3). If not, click on the classes tab. You have just created a project called 8255.

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP02.GIF
    Figure 2

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP03.GIF

    Figure 3

    Step 4: Add your .cpp file
    Left click on 8255 classes once. This selects it and turns it blue. Next, right click your mouse and choose Add Files to Project (Figure 4).

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP04.GIF

    Figure 4

    An Insert Files to Project (Figure 5) will pop up. Make sure the Files of Type is set to C++ files. Next, choose the 8255.cpp file and hit OK

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP05.GIF

    Figure 5

    Step 5: Add your .def file
    Similar to Step 4, click on 8255 classes once. Right click and select Add Files to Project. Again the Insert File into Project window pops up (Figure 6). This time make sure the Files of Type is set for Definition (.def) files. Click on 8255.def and hit OK. Your 8255 Project now has the 8255.def and 8255.cpp files added (Figure 7). Save everything by clicking FILE - SAVE ALL.

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP06.GIF

    Figure 6

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP07.GIF
    Figure 7

    Step 6: Build your .dll file
    On the top bar click on Build and select Build 8255.dll (Figure 8). This will start compiling and create th2 8255.dll file. If you didn't mistype and lines in 8255.def or 8255.cpp (or just cut/paste/save or download/save) VC++ will respond with 0 errors. Your new 8255.dll file is now saved in c:\port\8255\debug (Figure 9).

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP08.GIF
    Figure 8

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP09.GIF
    Figure 9

    Step 7: Copy your .dll file to c:\windows
    Copy your new DLL file to your c:\windows directory. You can do this from DOS (my habit), by bringing up MS-DOS prompt and cd`ing to c:\port\8255\Debug (Figure 10). Of course, you can drag-and-drop from Explorer. Congradulations! Your .dll is ready to use in your Visual Basic programs! Easy right?

    https://www.boondog.com/tutorials/dlltutor/CPP10.GIF
    Figure 10

    Using Your DLL in Your VB Programs

    To use your DLL functions, you add the following lines in your VB program's declaration section. Typically right after the Option Explicit statement. (Note: the underscore in VB means that the statement is spread over several lines)
    Private Declare Function Out8255 Lib "8255.dll" _
    (ByVal PortAddress As Integer, _
    ByVal PortData As Integer) As Integer

    Private Declare Function In8255 Lib "8255.dll" _
    (ByVal PortAddress As Integer) As Integer


    To write to a port, use Out8255:
    Dummy = Out8255(Cntrl, 128)
    where Dummy, Cntrl are integers. Here, the decimal value 128 is written to the port address assigned to Cntrl. It is necessary to use associate an integer variable (I called it "Dummy" here) with the Out8255 function. This is because the DLL was built using VC++'s outp(), which returns an integer (1 if successfully accomplished and and 0 if failed).

    To read from a port, use In8255:

    PortValue = In8255(PortSelected)
    where PortValue and PortSelected are integers. The 8-bit number at port PortSelected will be assigned (in decimal form) to PortValue.

    The Count Program

    The 8255.dll was applied to the 8255 PC Interface Card. This is a custom-build card that plugs into the ISA slot on the PC's motherboard. The card provides you with three 8-bit ports named A, B and C, giving you a total of 24 digital lines of I/O. You can download COUNT.ZIP. This file contains, the VBW, VBP, FRM and EXE files. Also, Count's source code listing is in the COUNT.TXT file. In this simple application, 8 LEDs were connected to one of the 8-bit ports on the 8255 Card. The program sequentially counts from 1 to 255, lighting up its binary equivalent among the 8 LEDs. This may not sound very interesting but it is a simple test demo to show you that your 8255.dll is working.

    The above figure is a screen shot of the COUNT program. The user types in the 8255 Card's base address (608 in this case), selects a port and hits OK. The program starts counting.

    Designing Count's Form

    The VB program uses 14 objects. The object type, its name and relevant value are listed in the following table:
    Object Type Name Value
    Form frmCount Caption: Count
    Label lbl8255Address Caption: 8255 Address
    Label lblDecimalOutput Caption: Decimal Output
    Label lblPortA Caption: Port A
    Label lblPortB Caption: Port B
    Label lblPortC Caption: Port C
    Option optPortA
    Option optPortB
    Option optPortC
    Command cmdGo Go
    Command cmdEnd End
    Textbox txt8255Address Text: (None)
    Textbox txtOutputWindow Text: (None)
    Timer tmrTimer Interval: 500
    Count's VB code

    The VB code listing is given below:
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Option Explicit
    'Declare use of the DLL
    Private Declare Function Out8255 Lib "8255.dll" (ByVal PortAddress As Integer, ByVal PortData As Integer) As Integer
    Private Declare Function In8255 Lib "8255.dll" (ByVal PortAddress As Integer) As Integer
    'Declare variables
    Dim BaseAddress As Integer: ' 8255 Base Address
    Dim Dummy As Integer: ' Dummy variable used with DLL
    Dim PortA As Integer: ' 8255 Port A address
    Dim PortB As Integer: ' 8255 Port B address
    Dim PortC As Integer: ' 8255 Port C address
    Dim Cntrl As Integer: ' 8255 Control Address
    Dim Number As Integer: ' decimal number to count from 1 to 255
    Dim Start As Integer: ' Start flag
    Dim Msg As String
    Dim Style As Integer
    Dim Response As Integer
    Dim PortSelected As Integer


    Private Sub cmdGo_Click()

    If Start = 0 Then
    ' user clicked GO button first time
    If txt8255Address.Text = "" Then
    ' Base address was not defined
    Msg = "Enter a Base Address! e.g. 608" ' Define message.
    Style = vbOK + vbExclamation ' Define buttons.
    Response = MsgBox(Msg, Style)
    Exit Sub
    End If

    Start = 1: ' Go button enabled; start counting

    cmdGo.Caption = "Pause"
    ' Assign values for all addresses
    BaseAddress = Val(txt8255Address.Text)
    PortA = BaseAddress
    PortB = BaseAddress + 1
    PortC = BaseAddress + 2
    Cntrl = BaseAddress + 3

    ' determine which port to output to
    ' default is Port A
    If optPortA.Value = True Then
    PortSelected = PortA
    Print PortSelected
    End If
    If optPortB.Value = True Then
    PortSelected = PortB
    Print PortSelected
    End If
    If optPortC.Value = True Then
    PortSelected = PortC
    Print PortSelected
    End If

    ' configure all ports for output
    Dummy = Out8255(Cntrl, 128)
    ' initialize all Ports to 0
    Dummy = Out8255(PortA, 0)
    Dummy = Out8255(PortB, 0)
    Dummy = Out8255(PortC, 0)
    Else
    Start = 0: ' user clicked GO button again
    cmdGo.Caption = "Go!"
    End If
    End Sub

    Private Sub cmdEnd_Click()

    Beep
    'txtOutputWindow.Text = "Stopped"
    Dummy = Out8255(PortA, 0)
    Dummy = Out8255(PortB, 0)
    Dummy = Out8255(PortC, 0)
    ' quit program
    End
    End Sub

    Private Sub Form_Load()
    ' Program is loaded with these values
    txtOutputWindow.Text = "Enter Base Address"
    Start = 0: 'Counting action not started
    Number = 0: ' Number to start with
    optPortA.Value = True ' Default port is A
    End Sub

    Private Sub tmrTimer_Timer()

    If Start = 1 Then
    Number = Number + 1
    Dummy = Out8255(PortSelected, Number)
    txtOutputWindow.Text = "Number = " + Str(Number)
    If Number = 255 Then
    Beep
    txtOutputWindow.Text = "Finished"
    Dummy = Out8255(PortSelected, 0)
    Start = 0
    Number = 0
    cmdGo.Caption = "Go!"
    Exit Sub
    End If
    Else
    Exit Sub
    End If

    End Sub

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Count's Program Description

    Upon executing Count, Form_Load initializes Number and Start to 0. Number is the decimal number that will be outputted to the port. Start is used as a flag. When the user clicks on the GO command button, then cmdGo_Click() is executed. cmdGo_Click() initializes the ports by grabbing the contents in the 8255 Address textbox. It also determines which port (Port A, B or C) the user selected. The program then calls tmrTimer_Timer every 500 msec. Number is incremented by 1, and Out8255 writes Number to the port, thus lighting up the LEDs. The Output Window textbox displays the current decimal value of Number. If Number reaches 255, then Count exits. Or, if the user hits the Pause command button, execution is halted.
    The DIP Program

    An 8 position DIP switch was connected to one of ports on the 8255 PC Interface Card. This program reads the DIP positions and displays its decimal equivalent. This program demonstrates the In8255 function you created in the 8255.dll. You can download DIP.ZIP. This file contains, the VBW, VBP, FRM and EXE files. Also, DIP's source code listing is in the DIP.TXT file. A screen capture of the VB form is shown below:

    The look and functionality of DIP is very similar to the Count program you earlier saw. You can re-use many of Count's objects.

    DIP's VB code

    The VB code listing is given below:

    Option Explicit
    'Declare use of the DLL
    Private Declare Function Out8255 Lib "8255.dll" (ByVal PortAddress As Integer, ByVal PortData As Integer) As Integer
    Private Declare Function In8255 Lib "8255.dll" (ByVal PortAddress As Integer) As Integer
    'Declare variables
    Dim BaseAddress As Integer: ' 8255 Base Address
    Dim Dummy As Integer: ' Dummy variable used with DLL
    Dim PortA As Integer: ' 8255 Port A address
    Dim PortB As Integer: ' 8255 Port B address
    Dim PortC As Integer: ' 8255 Port C address
    Dim Cntrl As Integer: ' 8255 Control Address
    Dim PortValue As Integer: ' decimal value read at port
    Dim Start As Integer: ' Start flag
    Dim Msg As String
    Dim Style As Integer
    Dim Response As Integer
    Dim PortSelected As Integer

    Private Sub cmdEnd_Click()
    Beep
    'txtOutputWindow.Text = "Stopped"
    ' quit program
    End
    End Sub

    Private Sub cmdGo_Click()
    If Start = 0 Then
    ' user clicked GO button first time
    If txt8255Address.Text = "" Then
    ' Base address was not defined
    Msg = "Enter a Base Address! e.g. 608" ' Define message.
    Style = vbOK + vbExclamation ' Define buttons.
    Response = MsgBox(Msg, Style)
    Exit Sub
    End If

    Start = 1: ' Go button enabled; start counting

    cmdGo.Caption = "Pause"
    ' Assign values for all addresses
    BaseAddress = Val(txt8255Address.Text)
    PortA = BaseAddress
    PortB = BaseAddress + 1
    PortC = BaseAddress + 2
    Cntrl = BaseAddress + 3

    ' determine which port to output to
    ' default is Port A
    If optPortA.Value = True Then
    PortSelected = PortA
    End If
    If optPortB.Value = True Then
    PortSelected = PortB
    End If
    If optPortC.Value = True Then
    PortSelected = PortC
    End If

    ' configure all ports for input
    Dummy = Out8255(Cntrl, 155)
    ' initialize all Ports to 0
    Else
    Start = 0: ' user clicked GO button again
    cmdGo.Caption = "Go!"
    End If
    End Sub


    Private Sub Form_Load()
    ' Program is loaded with these values
    txtOutputWindow.Text = "Enter Base Address"
    Start = 0: 'Counting action not started
    optPortA.Value = True ' Default port is A
    End Sub

    Private Sub tmrTimer_Timer()
    If Start = 1 Then
    PortValue = In8255(PortSelected)
    txtOutputWindow.Text = "Value = " + Str(PortValue)
    End If

    End Sub
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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    PLEASE THANK ME IF YOU DONT MINE THIS WAS HARD!!!!!

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    Nice tutorial, should help some..
    Wrong section.

    Hispi/somebody.. Move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz View Post
    wrong section sunshine this goes in the C++ section
    uummm...lol....how do i move it? lol the one thing i dont know how to do! lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz View Post
    you cant, have to wait for a Gmod to move it to its right section
    can you please move it beautiful? .........

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksdubom View Post
    can you please move it beautiful? .........
    You shouldn't try to flirt with liz man shes engaged

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabz View Post
    You shouldn't try to flirt with liz man shes engaged
    with me .

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabz View Post
    You shouldn't try to flirt with liz man shes engaged
    That just means when stalking don't get caught by the BF

    I would love to change the world they just wont give me the source code



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    Quote Originally Posted by fabz View Post
    You shouldn't try to flirt with liz man shes engaged
    w/e man!! lol

    Quote Originally Posted by IceGuru View Post
    That just means when stalking don't get caught by the BF
    yea ok buddy! you just wish i would stalk you! lmao....and no i wont!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksdubom View Post
    w/e man!! lol
    no dude im serious dont flirt with her its disrespectful and she doesn't like it

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    This is going to get interesting..... i think liz is gonna slap him.... :]

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    dude calm down i wasnt i just want her to move my post!! thats all!! iieett!?!?!?

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    dude calm down i wasnt i just want her to move my post!! thats all!! iieett!?!?!?
    STFU alright STFU

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