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chr$(0) does not get transmitted(modem)

Hi,
I've found that chr$(0) does not get transmitted over the modem using microsoft's newvbterm.exe or any other such programs.HELP!
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sudeepn
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PNJCommented:
NULLs DO get transmitted and other non-printables. It just depends how the program (NEWVBTERM and so on) is handling the data. NULLs can be used a string terminators (as per C) so you may have to use the MSCOMM control and code it yourself. Out of interest, check out the help for Nulldiscard and InputMode. This code fragment may help as well:

   With comPort
      .Handshaking = comNone
      .InputMode = comInputModeText
      .CommPort = 2
      .Settings = "1200,E,8,1"
      .InputLen = 0            ' Tell the control to read entire buffer when Input
                               ' is used.
      .PortOpen = True         ' Open the port.
      .InputLen = 0            ' Read all of the text
      .RThreshold = 1          ' Interrupt every character
   End With

   Dim Temp As Variant ' Do not use a byte array as this intersperses NULLs
   Dim Text As String

   Text = "Hello" & Chr$(0) & " World"
   ' Send the message
   Temp = Text
           
   comPort.Output = Temp

This should work - it's from our crane handling system.
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DanRollinsCommented:
Hi sudeepn,
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    Accept PNJ's comment(s) as an answer.

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NetminderCommented:
Per recommendation, force-accepted.

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