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wsTCP.SendData does not send Chr(13) as Carriage Return

Posted on 2010-08-17
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Sending Chr(13) is supposed to be equivalent to pressing 'Enter' on the keyboard. However, the program thinks that I am trying to send the string "Chr(13)". How can I go about this problem? Thanks.
Private Sub cmdLogin_Click()
    If Run.Value Then
        progctrfinal = TextBox1.Value
        For progctr = 1 To progctrfinal Step 1
            Call optionStatus(progctr)
        Next progctr
    End If
End Sub

Function CommandCode(PC As Long)
    Dim command As String
    Dim argPassedIn As String

    Debug.Print progctr
    command = Worksheets("GUI").Cells(PC + 1, 2).Value
    argPassedIn = Worksheets("GUI").Cells(PC + 1, 3).Value
    Debug.Print command & " " & (argPassedIn)
    If command = "MySend" Then Call MySend(argPassedIn)

End Function

Function MySend(ByVal data As String)
    DoEvents
    wsTCP.SendData data
End Function

Private Sub optionStatus(ByVal progctr As Long)
    Select Case progctr
        Case 1      
            Login
            Call WaitCurs(20, 51)
            If Not CurPos Then Exit Sub
            
        Case 2
            Call CommandCode(progctr)
          
        Case 3
            CommandCode progctr
'
        Case 4
            CommandCode progctr
            
        Case 5
            Debug.Print "Case 5"
            CommandCode progctr
        
        Case Else
            Debug.Print "No match"
            'Code for any nonmatch
    End Select
End Sub

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Is data the string "Chr(13)"? If so, that will be why.

Try

Function MySend(ByVal data As String)
    DoEvents
    If LCase(data)="chr(13)" Then data = Chr(13)
    wsTCP.SendData data
End Function

or some sort of replace if the string can contain other chars + chr(13)
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by:teeling
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I am not sure whether it's sending the 'Enter' key because it's coming up with some error prompt in the excel sheet.

If I were to do this manually, pressing enter sends me straight to another menu.

Thanks.
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by:teeling
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I found out what's the problem. I have sent an extra sets of "". Thanks for the help :)
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Prompt reply.
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by:teeling
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Another related question, what if I'm trying to send the key F1, which is a combination of several characters, i.e. Chr(27) & "O" & "P"?
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