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Date Posted: 14:16:23 12/11/03 Thu
Author: Michael Delessio
Subject: Envision 1.10 and BCB6.0

I installed Envision 1.10 that came on the BCB6.0 Companion disk. I'm trying to translate the demo's code to C++ so I can try to do a small test app to scaning a document. I want to see if I can understand how to code with the library but I'm having a little trouble. I have added the hpp file and did the #include EnScan.hpp for the scanner.

TScanner *FScanner = new TScanner;

now to do a scan basicly you do:
FScanner->Acquire(?,?) not sure what to use in place of the ?. The demo uses OnAcquire and LongInt(@ScanInfo).
Do I need to code the OnAcquire for each new program or is it a procedure in one of libraries.

Michael Delessio

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