100 BAUD

I'm trying, in my spare time, to write a package that reads info from some hardware (currently unknown size but constant size repeating packets) from the serial port. Using linux i can write directly to the ports speed divisor bits and set it to 18432 (100 baud IIRC) but i want, for ease of portability, to have it running under windows, preferably MFC(but any way possible really) I'd like it to log the data and display each packet (when i determine its contents) - but this is irrelevant if i cant specify the divisor. I know theres a 'standard' rate of 110 in windows stuff, is there any reason i cant simply specify 100 instead or am i complicating things unneccessarily?

Any quick comment welcome.

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