Reroute Com Port to keyboard buffer

2005-03-29 06:12:23 PM
"A software wedge accomplishes the same end result as a hardware wedge. Many barcode scanners manufactured today have RS-232 interfaces. This interface will connect directly to the COM port on a PC, but not to the keyboard connection. A software wedge makes a scanner connected to a COM port look as though it were a hardware wedge connected to the keyboard. It takes the scanner data in, via the COM port, and re-routes it within the PC to the keyboard buffer. The computer thinks the data was typed on the keyboard."
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Anyone knows how to reroute COM port data to keyboard buffer?