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1997\12\11@035501 by Steen S. Jensen

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Hello PicList

I am right now working on a serial RS-232 line with my PIC. I think my code
works fine, I just need a tool for testing it. Therefore: Do any of you
have a small program for the PC (basic or something else) which will make
me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC. I have
tried to fix a basic program myself, but I am not very good a basic, so it
will not work out the way I want it.

Regards

Steen Jensen
Denmark

1997\12\11@054151 by Rob Bristow

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>Do any of you have a small program for the PC (basic or something else) which will make
me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC.

Try Working with Windows 3.x terminal program.  That should allow you to type text straight onto the serial port to the PIC.  This program will run under windows 95 without any problems.

Martin McArthur
Weapontec CC

1997\12\11@074146 by Paul BRITTON

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>>Do any of you have a small program for the PC (basic or something else)
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>which will make
>me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC.=20
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>Try Working with Windows 3.x terminal program.  That should allow you to
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>type text straight onto the serial port to the PIC.  This program will =
>run under windows 95 without any problems.
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>Martin McArthur
>Weapontec CC

It also works under NT4.0, much better than Hyperterminal (programmable
function keys, etc)

Paul BRITTON

1997\12\11@090806 by Mcorio

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In a message dated 97-12-11 03:55:57 EST, you write:

<<  I am right now working on a serial RS-232 line with my PIC. I think my
code
works fine, I just need a tool for testing it. Therefore: Do any of you
have a small program for the PC (basic or something else) which will make
me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC. I have
tried to fix a basic program myself, but I am not very good a basic, so it
will not work out the way I want it.

Regards

Steen Jensen
Denmark
 >>

If you are running Win3.1 you can use the Terminal Program or if using Win95
you can use Hyperterminal. We have used both of these for that purpose with
great success.


Mark A. Corio
Rochester MicroSystems, Inc.
200 Buell Road, Suite 9
Rochester, NY  14624
Tel: 716-328-5850
Fax: 716-328-1144
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1997\12\11@114506 by Mike Keitz

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On Thu, 11 Dec 1997 12:37:21 +0000 Paul BRITTON
<spam_OUTpaul.brittonTakeThisOuTspamMMSUK.CO.UK> writes:
>>>Do any of you have a small program for the PC (basic or something

>It also works under NT4.0, much better than Hyperterminal
>(programmable
>function keys, etc)

The thing to look out for with either version is to be sure to turn the
hardware flow control off (unless your project intends to use hardware
flow control).  In HyperTerminal it's one of the settings  in the dialog
box that sets the baud rate, etc.  In 3.1 (and most likely the 3.1
Terminal running under 95 or NT) it's in the Control Panel.

It's also possible to bypass the hardware flow control by jumpering the
flow control lines on the plug that plugs into the PC.  For test purposes
it's easier to just set the software to not use it.

When it's set up properly, making a loopback by connecting the PC's
receive data to the PC's transmit data will let you see everything typed.
If you see everything twice, turn the local echo off.

1997\12\11@154403 by Luis Fernandez

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Hello Steen

>I am right now working on a serial RS-232 line with my PIC. I think my code
>works fine, I just need a tool for testing it. Therefore: Do any of you
>have a small program for the PC (basic or something else) which will make
>me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC. I have
>tried to fix a basic program myself, but I am not very good a basic, so it
>will not work out the way I want it.

I have been using a small program for a long time. It is just 14K size and
runs under DOS. You just invoke it with com port number and baudrate (Ej:
START 2 9600  for COM2 9600bps).

I'm sending you the program directly. If anyone in the list is interested
just drop me a message directly and will answer back with the START.EXE
attached.

Regards


Luis Fernandez Cormenzana
RadioBit Sistemas, S.L.
       Vehicle fleet control systems
       Patrol presence controllers

Fax/Tel:+34-6-585 64 57
       +34-6-680 26 33
e-mail: .....radiobitKILLspamspam@spam@dragonet.es
http://www.dragonet.es/users/radiobit

1997\12\11@170755 by Tim Kerby

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part 0 1424 bytes

KEY OFF: CLS
KEY ON
KEY 1, "!C": KEY 2, "!R": KEY 3, "!W": KEY 4, "!CB": KEY 5, "!RB": KEY 6,
"!WB": KEY 7, "quit"
OPEN "COM1:1200,N,8,1" FOR RANDOM AS #1
C$ = "quit"
start:
INPUT A$
IF A$ = C$ THEN END
PRINT #1, A$
LINE INPUT #1, B$
PRINT B$
GOTO start

The !C, !R, !W, !CB etc are mapped to function keys.  Change to the
commands you use.

The open command specifies COM1, 1200 baud, No Parity, 8 Data Bits and 1
stop bit.  Change to suit.

When running enter text or command or command + text.  Press enter.  Device
response is placed on screen.



File attatched


Tim Kerby





At 12:41 11/12/97 +0200, you wrote:
>>Do any of you have a small program for the PC (basic or something else)
which will make
>me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC.
>
>Try Working with Windows 3.x terminal program.  That should allow you to
type text straight onto the serial port to the PIC.  This program will run
under windows 95 without any problems.
>
>Martin McArthur
>Weapontec CC
>
>
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1997\12\11@202118 by Leon Heller

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In message <.....4125655D.002F1B80.00KILLspamspam.....post01.grundfos.com>, "Steen S. Jensen"
<EraseMEssjensenspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTGRUNDFOS.COM> writes
>Hello PicList
>
>I am right now working on a serial RS-232 line with my PIC. I think my code
>works fine, I just need a tool for testing it. Therefore: Do any of you
>have a small program for the PC (basic or something else) which will make
>me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC. I have
>tried to fix a basic program myself, but I am not very good a basic, so it
>will not work out the way I want it.

Get hold of Procomm or something like it from the Simtel archive, if you
are using DOS. That's what I use for this sort of thing.

Leon
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1997\12\14@044958 by Alex Barrett

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> I am right now working on a serial RS-232 line with my PIC. I think my
code
> works fine, I just need a tool for testing it. Therefore: Do any of you
> have a small program for the PC (basic or something else) which will make
> me able to send single ASCII-codes via the COM-port to the PIC. I have
> tried to fix a basic program myself, but I am not very good a basic, so
it
> will not work out the way I want it.
I tried writing a dedicated test program too, then found that the
'Terminal'
program supplied with good old Windows 3.xx was just the job. Set it to
terminal emulation, and type away! Don't know about Win95 though :)

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Robert Cooke Electronics, Norwich, UK

1997\12\14@160302 by Eric Naus

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Hi

I have some code at my web site that might help.

Just go into Robotic Projects.

Hope this helps

http://webhome.idirect/~bine

Bye for Now

Eric

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