What are the differences of win32 rs223 callback?

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I am not sure about this question but are win32 rs232 callback even related? These are the only 2 things I remembered my professor was discussing this morning and we need to elaborate on the said 2 topics.

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What are the differences of win32 rs223 callback?



Win32 is a windows API for developing 32-bit Applications. Win32 is built in Windows 95 and Windows NT. So Applications developed as 32 bit Application should run equally well in both environments.  

RS232 is a standard for binary single – ended data and control signals connecting between a DTE (Date Terminal Equipment) and DCE (Data Circuit Terminating Equipment). It is used in a computer serial port like USB.  

You can refer this link to know more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RS-232

And win32 and RS232 is not related to each other. These two things are completely different. One is Application and another is hardware. I hope you have understood both things. 


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