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  • CR LF to get new line in string output?

    Using the serial interface and th 's' comand to output a string, I'd like to be able to send a CR and LF to go to the next line at any time in the text string. Is it possible?

    THX,

    MRIII

  • #2
    Hi,

    Just tested it and with the Serial PmmC it is not possible ie it will display the linefeed character "\n" on screen.

    If you want this feature added to the Serial Emulator please let me know. The Serial Emulator is scheduled to be released at the same time as the new releases that is coming up.

    Regards,
    Julien

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    • #3


      Yes, I think something like a garden variety LF CR (new line) is something that more than a few of us would like.

      Thanks,

      MRIII

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      • #4
        Ya, on Picasso,

        I am not able to print in a text file a char that will generate a line feed, read by notepad.

        Il generates a vertical rectangle (non printable char) and not line feed.

        I tried both to(DSK); : putch(10); and print("\n");
        Any idea?

        But as it is, it can be processed in a spreadsheet.

        Thanks,
        Marc

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        • #5
          If you are using a 'unix' 'based' text file reader, print("\n") will work.

          If you are using a 'DOS' 'based' text file reader, print("\r\n") will work.
          Mark

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