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Can I get a SetByte() function for Card2+?
#1
There's a GetByte(), but I'm setting up a Card8 value and I have to switch all the bytes around. A SetByte(index, Card1) would be really useful.

Of course, I'll be done with this driver before it becomes a reality....but it'd be nice to be on the list. :cool
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#2
If you just need to swap the byte order, there's a SwapBytes() method to do that.
Dean Roddey
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#3
Where is the SwapBytes() method? Is that another Easter egg?

Also, in this case, I'm setting the value with 5 bytes, not the full 8. So it'd be easier to set the bytes directly, all 5 of them, than it is to do what I'm doing now, which is set, left shift, set, left shift, etc.
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#4
I'll put it on the list. But for now you'd have to stick with the shifting and OR'ing. All of the CardX classes have a SwapBytes() that switches them back and forth between big and little endian format.
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#5
sounds good.

Card8 is missing the documentation about Swapbytes().
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#6
Yeh, I added that to my list o' doc stuff to get done.
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