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Terminal Emulation->Download Scripts->Script Commands->Type Text


The TYPE TEXT script command is the same as the TYPE LINE command except that it does not result in a carriage return or optional line feed being transmitted.

The TYPE TEXT script command instructs the Embedded Development Studio to send a string of text to the serial port.  The text to send is included in quotes after the TYPE LINE command.

The format for the TYPE TEXT command must be strictly adhered to.  The command words TYPE TEXT must be upper case, must start at the beginning of a line and there must be exactly one space character between the two words.

The text in quotes following TYPE TEXT will be transmitted literally.  If there is no text between the quotes nothing will be transmitted.



This example will result in the letters h and t being transmitted via the serial port.