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    Apr 2014

    Libserial, read serial port

    I am using libserial library to interact with a modem using c++. The C++ code sends an AT command:

    my_serial_stream << "AT+CSQ" << '\r' ;
    The modem responds with a response, either ERROR or OK,

    The c++ code to read the response:

    while( serial_port.rdbuf()->in_avail() > 0 )
        char next_byte;
        std::cerr << std::hex << (int)next_byte << " ";
    std::cerr << std::endl;
    i would like to handle the response such that if the response is OK, the modem sends another command and if the response is ERROR, the modem resends the first command.

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    Hanover Germany

    Re: Libserial, read serial port

    Use std::string variable to accumulate the text received from modem and see if it contains "OK" or "ERROR"...
    Victor Nijegorodov

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