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'[EE:] RS232 terminal program for Windoze?'
2004\02\18@122319 by Mark Jordan

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       Is there such a terminal that alows me to send HEXA directly
from the keyboard?

       Mark


On 18 Feb 2004 at 7:09, David Schmidt wrote:

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2004\02\18@163918 by Win Wiencke

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<Mark Jordan asked about a RS232 terminal program for Windoze>

> Is there such a terminal that alows me to send HEX
> directly  from the keyboard?

Quit a a while ago we needed a way to send one line or a continous stream of
hex when testing communications or protocols.  So I wrote a simple script
program to shove hex out com1 or com2.

The way it works is you write a TXT (ASCII text) file with each hex byte
between greater-than and less-than signs like this:

<00><52><1F><FF>

When you run the program you have two options:

1) Send the next script line with a key press (a line can be one byte)

2) Continously send and the pacing (interval between sending bytes) can be
varied

I have no idea if it will work under Windows but it's been a good solid tool
under DOS 6.22.

You're welcome to a copy, just let me know.

Win Wiencke

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2004\02\18@172009 by Win Wiencke

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Just for giggles I tried the old DOS emulator program (see previous message)
in the W2K command box and it ran fine at 1200 7,O,1

Win Wiencke

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2004\02\18@202900 by Mark Jordan

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On 18 Feb 2004 at 16:37, Win Wiencke wrote:

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       Thanks for your offer, but I need to send hexa directly from the
keyboard. Writing a file isn't a solution in my case.

       Mark

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2004\02\23@000853 by M. Adam Davis
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This might be close.  There is another similar program I've seen before,
but I don't recall the name.  It was mentioned on the piclist within the
last few months.

http://www.ubasics.com/adam/electronics/ha/software/software.shtml

-Adam

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