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Application needed to display incoming data from USB


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I'd really appreciate some help on this issue:

I have an RS232 device which, by using an adapting cable, is plugged into one one the USB ports in my Powerbook (running OSX Tiger). The device didn't come with any drivers.

I need an application that will simply display the data that is being outputted from the RS232 device.

Does anyone know of one?

Any help very much appreciated.
Thanks,

Andy
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