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AT Command capture

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Hi,

How do I capture in a String or StringList the result of an AT
command sent to a GSM Modem ?

Thanks

Jun 21 '07 #1
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Louis wrote:
Hi,

How do I capture in a String or StringList the result of an AT
command sent to a GSM Modem ?
You have asked in the wrong newsgroup. This newsgroup only deals with the C++
programming language (questions about classes, functions, operators, and
suchlike), not about particular problem (like communication with GSM modems). As
you didn't state which OS you are developing for (linux, win32, ...), we cannot
even say which newsgroup would be more appropriate for your question. Finding
the right newsgroup for your question is a non-trivial task, so you cannot
expect us to do this for you (all we can say is that you're off-topic in this
newsgroup).

Regards,
Stuart
Jun 21 '07 #2

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On Jun 21, 12:36 pm, Stuart Redmann <DerTop...@web.dewrote:
Louis wrote:
Hi,
How do I capture in a String or StringList the result of an AT
command sent to a GSM Modem ?

You have asked in the wrong newsgroup. This newsgroup only deals with the C++
programming language (questions about classes, functions, operators, and
suchlike), not about particular problem (like communication with GSM modems). As
you didn't state which OS you are developing for (linux, win32, ...), we cannot
even say which newsgroup would be more appropriate for your question. Finding
the right newsgroup for your question is a non-trivial task, so you cannot
expect us to do this for you (all we can say is that you're off-topic in this
newsgroup).

Regards,
Stuart
C++ Builder 4 Enterprise

e.g. sent string to comm port
Comport1->SendString("AT+CMGI\n");

Where a GSM Modem is attached

would display results in a terminal component
but I wish to get the result in an Edit1->Text or a Memo1->Lines


Jun 21 '07 #3

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In message <11**********************@q75g2000hsh.googlegroups .com>,
Louis <al**********@gmail.comwrites
>On Jun 21, 12:36 pm, Stuart Redmann <DerTop...@web.dewrote:
>Louis wrote:
Hi,
How do I capture in a String or StringList the result of an AT
command sent to a GSM Modem ?

You have asked in the wrong newsgroup. This newsgroup only deals with the C++
programming language (questions about classes, functions, operators, and
suchlike), not about particular problem (like communication with GSM
modems). As
you didn't state which OS you are developing for (linux, win32, ...),
we cannot
even say which newsgroup would be more appropriate for your question. Finding
the right newsgroup for your question is a non-trivial task, so you cannot
expect us to do this for you (all we can say is that you're off-topic in this
newsgroup).

Regards,
Stuart

C++ Builder 4 Enterprise

e.g. sent string to comm port
Comport1->SendString("AT+CMGI\n");

Where a GSM Modem is attached

would display results in a terminal component
but I wish to get the result in an Edit1->Text or a Memo1->Lines
Which part of "you have asked in the wrong newsgroup" don't you
understand?

Something with borland in the name is probably most appropriate.

--
Richard Herring
Jun 21 '07 #4

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"Louis" <al**********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@q75g2000hsh.googlegr oups.com...
On Jun 21, 12:36 pm, Stuart Redmann <DerTop...@web.dewrote:
>Louis wrote:
Hi,
How do I capture in a String or StringList the result of an AT
command sent to a GSM Modem ?

You have asked in the wrong newsgroup. This newsgroup only deals with the
C++
programming language (questions about classes, functions, operators, and
suchlike), not about particular problem (like communication with GSM
modems). As
you didn't state which OS you are developing for (linux, win32, ...), we
cannot
even say which newsgroup would be more appropriate for your question.
Finding
the right newsgroup for your question is a non-trivial task, so you
cannot
expect us to do this for you (all we can say is that you're off-topic in
this
newsgroup).

Regards,
Stuart

C++ Builder 4 Enterprise

e.g. sent string to comm port
Comport1->SendString("AT+CMGI\n");

Where a GSM Modem is attached

would display results in a terminal component
but I wish to get the result in an Edit1->Text or a Memo1->Lines
Most likely it is something to be found in a Comport1 method, but since we
can't see that code we can only guess.

Find out where you got Comport1 from and ask there.
Jun 24 '07 #5

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