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The format I have successfully used is: 100 Open "com00,256" As #2 ‘Opens COM Port #2, 9600 Baud, 8n1 150 For a = 1 To 100 ‘Loop 100 times 180 Print #2,"CLTTTime is:" Time$ ‘Clears scrn then print current time 200 Print #2,"TRT" ‘Move Text Cursor to next line 230 Print #2,"TTDate is:” Date$ ‘Print current date 240 Pause 100 ‘Introduce delay of 100ms 300 Next a 310 Close #2 ‘Close COM port #2 The above program works great.
Unfortunately, these three display commands (CL, TRT, and TT) are the ONLY commands which are producing predictable behavior!
Could you please tell me what is the actual syntax I should use?
I’ve seen examples for Arduino and Raspberry PI using I2C and UART, but the syntax is in C and does not lend itself to BASIC. I also tried some graphical commands (FRBBBB, CCBBBB, LNBBBB) with different formats for BBBB, and no output seems logical.