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04-09-2007, 06:04 AM
I have a question. I have been messing around with the SEROUT command. I saw an example of some code in a book.
It was "SEROUT 16, 9600, 10, ["Hello"]
It was supposed to display hello on the screen. It did not. I kept messing with it and when I changed the 9600 to 84 it worked.
SEROUT 16, 84, 10, ["Hello"]

My question is why 84 works and 9600 does not work? both should work, Right?

Thank you,

Martin Hebel
04-09-2007, 06:09 AM
In all likelyhood, it was n9600, or similar, and declared earlier in code as:
n9600·· con··· 84

84 is proper value for the BS2 for 9600 baud, non-inverted.


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04-09-2007, 07:11 AM