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Sample Code for Controlling a LED with the Host Software
Question: I want to turn on a LED with my application that runs on the PC. Do you have any sample codes for this purpose?
Jan Axelson, the author of "USB Complete", has very good examples in which the application (written in VB or Visual C++) transmits a couple bytes to the chip over the USB interface. Her examples use the CY7C63743 or 630xx. To download these codes, go to: http://www.lvr.com/usbcode.htm (look for Enchid.zip - sample code for the 637xx - or usbhidio for the 630xx).