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Convert string to parity and other port variables

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Before I implement a method to do so, is there a function to convert a string to a parity or string to stopbits ?

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Not within the language.
Among the reasons is that these are typically supplemental with 8 bit ASCII.

What is done more often is to program the port, and it will always send/receive using that protocol until programmed differently.

Each character can be ten bits then, even with 7 bit ascii
To convert an entire file would thus be rather tedious and unnecessary
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If addressing bits, so not neglect the start and sync bits
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