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In telnet, sending all characters until a new line

Posted on 2004-08-18
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I wish to pump data to an application listening on  a particular socket. When i just telnet (using powerterm) , the application gets every character that i type one at a time.. however, i want to send all the charcters untill a new line together at one time...i cannot change the application.. Are there any settings that i can change in telnet to acheive thiz ???
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1) Make the listening application buffer the incoming bytes, then process them all when it sees a newline. Bear in mind that you would need to treat some characters/character sequences (such as backspace) specially.
2) Use netcat. I _really_ recommend this. see http://www.atstake.com/research/tools/network_utilities/ and http://netcat.sourceforge.net/ .
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Wow.. itz amazing.. Thanks !!!
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