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Versions 27 and later
Windows Most of these functions are now available for WINDEV applications in Windows.
New in version 27
Windows Most of these functions are now available for WINDEV applications in Windows.
Windows Most of these functions are now available for WINDEV applications in Windows.
The following functions are used to handle the Bluetooth Low Energy devices:
BTLECharacteristicChangeOfValueEnables or disables the detection regarding the change of value for a Bluetooth Low Energy characteristic.
BTLECharacteristicReadValueReads the value of a characteristic on a Bluetooth Low Energy device.
BTLECharacteristicWriteValueWrites a value to a characteristic on a Bluetooth Low Energy device.
BTLEConnectUsed to connect to a Bluetooth Low Energy device.
BTLEConnectionStatusReturns the current connection status to a Bluetooth Low Energy device or asks to be notified when the connection status changes.
BTLEDescriptorReadValueReads the value of a descriptor on a Bluetooth Low Energy device.
BTLEDescriptorWriteValueWrites the value of a descriptor onto a Bluetooth Low Energy device.
BTLEDisconnectUsed to disconnect from a Bluetooth Low Energy device.
BTLEGetACharacteristicRetrieves the characteristic of a Bluetooth Low Energy service corresponding to the specified identifier (UUID).
BTLEGetADescriptorRetrieves the descriptor of a Bluetooth Low Energy characteristic corresponding to the specified identifier (UUID).
BTLEGetAllCharacteristicsRetrieves all features (with the same identifier) associated with a Bluetooth Low Energy service.
BTLEGetAllServicesRetrieves all the services corresponding to a UUID.
BTLEGetAServiceRetrieves the service of a Bluetooth Low Energy device corresponding to the specified identifier (UUID).
BTLEInitializeInitializes Bluetooth Low Energy (only needed on Windows and iOS).
Versions 27 and later
BTLEInitializeDevice
New in version 27
BTLEInitializeDevice
BTLEInitializeDevice
Initializes a Bluetooth Low Energy device in Windows.
BTLEListDeviceReturns the list of accessible Bluetooth Low Energy devices.
BTLEStatusReturns the current Bluetooth activation status on the device or asks to be notified when the activation status changes.
The following types of variables are used to handle the Bluetooth Low Energy devices:
Versions 21 and later
btleCharacteristic
New in version 21
btleCharacteristic
btleCharacteristic
The btleCharacteristic type is used to handle a characteristic of a Bluetooth Low Energy service.
Versions 21 and later
btleDescriptor
New in version 21
btleDescriptor
btleDescriptor
The btleDescriptor type is used to handle the descriptor of a Bluetooth Low Energy characteristic
Versions 21 and later
btleDevice
New in version 21
btleDevice
btleDevice
The btleDevice type allows you to handle a device that is using the Bluetooth Low Energy technology.
Versions 21 and later
btleService
New in version 21
btleService
btleService
The btleService type is used to handle a Bluetooth Low Energy service ("Bluetooth GATT Service").
Minimum version required
  • Version 21
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