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  • Emanuele Colombo
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    Marco,
    the problem was exactly that.
    Thank you very much for your help!

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  • Marco Pontello
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    Probably you are echoing all the received bytes on the screen?
    CHR$(7) correspond to "bell".
    If you use PRINT instead of STDOUT, you'll get some sort of graph char instead of a beep; but it's probably better to simply filter the input data.
    Or I haven't understood what you meant.

    Bye!

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  • Emanuele Colombo
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    Serial COMM Problem

    I'm working about a communication program using the RS232 serial port.
    The test PC has WINDOWS XP SP2 with Intel Celeron processor.

    The program work fine, except when it receive a CHR$(&H7) from the
    serial port.
    In this case, the PC speaker sound a beep.

    I tried on a diffrent PC (always WinXP SP2) but the result is the same.

    I'm not expert about serial communication, where can I find the way?

    Thanks
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