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2001\04\12@200400 by Raj D.kumar

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Hi all,

The utility Hyperterminal or Terminal available in windows can it capture
and
send  the special characters and compelete ASCII codes thro serial port????
Kindly help me

regards,

raj

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2001\04\12@212053 by Dale Botkin

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I don't know, and the help file is of no help whatsoever.  I don't even
see a setting for full/half duplex to test it locally without a loopback
device.  And Hyperterminal sucks so badly, I can't imagine it does -- but
why not try it and see?

On Fri, 13 Apr 2001, Raj D.kumar wrote:

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2001\04\12@224146 by Jeff Johnson

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> On Fri, 13 Apr 2001, Raj D.kumar wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> >
> > The utility Hyperterminal or Terminal available in
> windows can it capture
> > and
> > send  the special characters and compelete ASCII
> codes thro serial port????
> >
> > raj

Hi,

Hyperterminal (and Terminal) will echo back with a
bridge (short circuit) between pins 2 and 3 (either 9
pin or 25 pin connector). Hmm. On second thought, I am
going on memory so try it first. I find the metal tip
of a ball point pen convenient.

However, neither of these terminal programs will
display all the 0-255 8 bit codes. I rely on a program
called "ansiterm.exe" as it is very simple.

In "monitor" mode it will dislay "printable"
characters and the unprintable ones are shown in hex
individually encloded in double angle brackets. As a
sample here is   hello<CR><LF>123

hello<<0D>><<0A>>123

I think there would be a way to send those codes as
well using ansiterm as the function keys are
programmable but in a  technical rather than a "user
friendly" way.

I can email ansiterm.exe to you or put it on my home
page for download.

Jeff Johnson
http://home.dialix.com/~u2263/index.htm


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2001\04\12@232708 by Gaston Gagnon

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Hi raj,

if you want to "see" what is being actually sent and received on the com port, you can use ComLite32
which can be download from http://www.rtcomm.com.
Gaston

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