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Thanks for the reply,

speedbump99 wrote:
I kind of doubt that getline will wait for data as it has no way of knowing how
much data to expect.


I think it will. In fact there are several versions of the getline function. In one you can specify a char array, max number of chars and a delimiter char. The default delim is '\n'.

I have tried doing it char by char and didn't have any better results. I may try that again as it seems the operator >> only inputs numbers (of various types) and not strings. I think getline must be used for that.

For right now I'm going to get my scope out and see why my reply jumps by two's instead of one with each command sent to the PIC.

I will keep this thread updated.
Thanks all,
OdlG
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