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'[EE]: DOS based serial comms program'
2001\10\11@153431 by Dwayne Reid

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Good day to all.

I am looking for recommendations for a DOS based serial comms program that
will display in hex.  My old faithful programs (Commo, PC Plus) don't
display hex which makes them a pain to use for this particular debugging
session.  I need a DOS based program because the laptop it will be running
on can't handle Windows (Toshiba T1000).

Any suggestions?

dwayne


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2001\10\11@155342 by Ned Konz

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On Thursday 11 October 2001 12:31 pm, Dwayne Reid wrote:
> Good day to all.
>
> I am looking for recommendations for a DOS based serial comms program that
> will display in hex.  My old faithful programs (Commo, PC Plus) don't
> display hex which makes them a pain to use for this particular debugging
> session.  I need a DOS based program because the laptop it will be running
> on can't handle Windows (Toshiba T1000).
>
> Any suggestions?

I used to use a program by Joan Riff called (as I recall) DIAGS.EXE, which
also allowed use with two serial ports as a serial monitor. It had a number
of other cool capabilities, including monitoring the individual signals on
the LPT port.

DIAGS.ARC     1:192  Joan Riff          v4.4       49792     05/09/86

   Sophisticated and powerful diagnostics for the serial port, video
   controller, parallel port, plus more.  Can be used as a line monitor
   if you have two serial ports.

I found it at:
ftp://ftp.hawaii.edu/pub/ibmpc/sysutl/diags.arc
ftp://ftp.math.hr/pub/simtel20/sysutl/diags.arc

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2001\10\11@230607 by Douglas Wood

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SerialTest is a good one...

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2001\10\11@235818 by Gennette, Bruce

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How about collect lite from http://www.labtronics.com ?

It reads from most serial devices straight into excel in real time.
You can manipulate / display the data any way you want.

It is two way, but the lite version has the restriction of not allowing you
to write your own device interface file, so you'll have to find and download
one that will work with your application.

Bye.

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2001\10\12@041241 by Neal Robles

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Hello Dwayne,

At 01:31 PM 10/11/01 -0600, you wrote:
>Good day to all.
>
>I am looking for recommendations for a DOS based serial comms program that
>will display in hex.  My old faithful programs (Commo, PC Plus) don't
>display hex which makes them a pain to use for this particular debugging
>session.  I need a DOS based program because the laptop it will be running
>on can't handle Windows (Toshiba T1000).
>
>Any suggestions?
>
>dwayne

I used DSCOPE by Al Stevens  as described in the C Programming column of
Doctor Dobb's Journal March 1997. I used a Borland DOS compiler to build
it, but
forgot whether I used Borland C(++?) 3.1 or Turbo C 2.0 .

I got the source off the CDROM, but article and source should be on the
website http://www.ddj.com .

Good luck,

Neal Robles
Schemagix

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2001\10\12@050305 by dr. Imre Bartfai

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I would recommend the laptalk from Mr. Dunfield. It is very fine and
free. Has only one drawback: characters > 127 are not really supported :-(

Regards,
Imre


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2001\10\12@135530 by uter van ooijen & floortje hanneman

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> I am looking for recommendations for a DOS based serial comms program that
> will display in hex.  My old faithful programs (Commo, PC Plus) don't
> display hex which makes them a pain to use for this particular debugging
> session.  I need a DOS based program because the laptop it will be running
> on can't handle Windows (Toshiba T1000).

My wisp.exe tool does not have a kitchen sink yet, but it can easily show
the hex values of incoming characters (wisp hex [port <serial port>] term
<baudrate>).

Wouter van Ooijen

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Jal compiler for PIC uC's:  http://www.xs4all.nl/~wf/wouter/pic/jal

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2001\10\12@150336 by Jerry Bradshaw

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Hi,

http://web2.airmail.net\a0000040\Term.zip


This is a Dos program that I wrote years ago....  Its good for sending and
receiving in Hex as well as Ascii.
There is a readme.txt file for hot keys that you would need to reference.
The program is limited but I use it
all the time on old Dos systems where my Windows version does not work.

-jerry



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2001\10\12@171636 by HEV

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Crosstalk has diff display modes, including hex. It even has some nice
capture modes not seen in many newer programs...and it's fast....

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