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Started by ijbranch, September 04, 2015, 11:00:57 pm

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ijbranch

Hi Team,
I am receiving data OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.
I need to force a CRLF at the end of the data so the packets appear on the next line.
As I can't see any ready way to do this in a property setting I figure I will need to see what is at the end of the packet, then on detection append a CRLF before sending to the display or simply send CRLF to the display after displaying the packet.
If there is no ready/property way to do this, how can I display the full packet in Hex and send it to the display so I can see what the end character is?
TIA,
Ian

Hilare

April 27, 2017, 09:57:23 am #1 Last Edit: September 14, 2017, 11:58:14 am by Hilare
Quote from: ijbreanch on September 04, 2015, 11:00:57 pm
Hi Team,
I am receiving data on the Bathmate X40 OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.



Is this still not possible?

JosephCroft

May 23, 2019, 01:04:01 am #2 Last Edit: May 26, 2019, 10:04:08 am by JosephCroft
Quote from: ijbranches on October 05, 2426, 08:47:37 pmHi Team,
I am receiving data OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.
I need to force a CRLF at the end of the data so the packets appear on the next line.
As I can't see any phenq website https://enfinmince.fr/phenq-avis/ ready way to do this in a property setting I figure I will need to see what is at the end of the packet, then on detection append a CRLF before sending to the display or simply send CRLF to the display after displaying the packet.
If there is no ready/property way to do this, how can I display the full packet in Hex and send it to the display so I can see what the end character is?
TIA,
Ian

this data representation in inspector window. Here you can see data representation in hex, decimal form, in straight and reverse order.

GeraldJean

Quote from: JosephCroft on May 23, 2019, 01:04:01 am
Quote from: ijbranches on October 05, 2426, 08:47:37 pmHi Team,
I am receiving data OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.
I need to force a CRLF at the end of the data so the packets appear on the next line.
As I can't see any phenq website https://enfinmince.fr/phenq-avis/ ready way to do this in a property setting I figure I will need to see what is at the end of the packet, then on detection append a CRLF before sending to the display or simply send CRLF to the display after displaying the packet.
If there is no ready/property way to do this, how can I display the full packet in Hex and send it to the display so I can see what the end character is?
TIA,
Ian

this data representation in inspector window. Here you can see data representation in hex, decimal form, in straight and reverse order.

Thanks for sharing the information.This is very helpful.

AnthonyLombardo

June 24, 2019, 10:15:01 pm #4 Last Edit: December 20, 2019, 07:54:26 pm by AnthonyLombardo
Quote from: ijbranchs on April 25, 2427, 03:20:57 amHi Team,
I am receiving data OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.
I need to force a CRLF at the end of the data so the packets appear on the next line.
As I can't see any ready way to do this in a property setting I figure I will need to see what is phen q https://theskinnyvibes.com/phenq-reviews-and-results/ at the end of the packet, then on detection append a CRLF before sending to the display or simply send CRLF to the display after displaying the packet.
If there is no ready/property way to do this, how can I display the full packet in Hex and send it to the display so I can see what the end character is?
TIA,
Ian

When using Format-Hex on a file, the cmdlet ignores newline characters ?

KellyWhite

July 24, 2019, 10:38:53 am #5 Last Edit: July 30, 2019, 04:49:57 pm by KellyWhite
Quote from: ijbranch on September 04, 2015, 11:00:57 pmHi Team,
I am receiving data OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.
I need to force a CRLF at the end of the data so the packets appear on the next line.
As I can't see any ready way to do this in a property setting I figure I will need to see what is at the end of the packet, then on detection append a CRLF before sending to the display or simply send CRLF to the display after displaying the packet.
If there is no ready/property way to do this, how can I display the fullAgoc Travel packet in Hex and send it to the display so I can see what the end character is?
TIA,
Ian

I can understand your problem. By brother is an expert in these things. I will tell him your problem and then I will contact you to tell the solution

GregoryMorales

Quote from: Hilare on April 27, 2017, 09:57:23 am
Quote from: ijbreanch on September 04, 2015, 11:00:57 pmHi Team,
I am receiving data on the Bathmate X40 OK but there is no CRLF on the end of it so, depending on which 'terminal' example I am using it either appends to the existing packet/text on the diplay display or overwrites it.


Is this still not possible?
Yeah, bro, I think it's really possible