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PYTHON PHONE MODULE

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Hello,
Can you tell me one simple python phone module and if that module have
some
moudules which need download from internet,then give me urls of that
modules



THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oct 2 '06 #1
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vedranCan you tell me one simple python phone module ...

What is a "phone module"? Does it manipulate phone numbers, map phone
numbers to locations, place phone calls, handle phone calls?

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Oct 2 '06 #2

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ve************@yahoo.com wrote:
Can you tell me one simple python phone module and if that module have
some moudules which need download from internet,then give me urls of that
modules
I did see that you were trying to get pyphone [1] to work. According to
the description in that program, it seems that the solution you're
looking for involves dialling numbers on your modem from a Python
program. Is this correct? If so, there's a thread [2] about such
matters which mentions PySerial [3] and provides an example, tidied up
and reproduced here:

import serial
modem = serial.Serial(2)
modem.write("ATDT5555555\r\n")

There are other Python-based solutions involving doing things with
different kinds of telephones and telephony: t616hack [4] deals with
messaging on certain mobile telephones, BitPim [5] provides a lot of
features for communicating with various CDMA telephones, Chestnut
Dialer [6] is a PPP dialler.

Anyway, I can't really hope to enumerate all available solutions in a
reasonable amount of time, but I hope this helps at least.

Paul

[1] http://lstep.free.fr/actuel/Code/PyPhone/index.html
[2] http://mail.python.org/pipermail/pyt...ne/110862.html
[3] http://pyserial.sourceforge.net/
[4] http://www.python.org/pypi/t616hack
[5] http://www.bitpim.org/
[6] http://chestnut-dialer.sourceforge.net/

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