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serial port

By jatinder_44 ·
it convert the value to hexadecimal but when i pass this value to the mscomm control or to the serial port it doesn't reply my code is just follow below.

	Text3.Text = Hex(Text1.Text)
	 bytetosend(0) = Text3.Text
                 bytetosend(1) = Text3.Text
                bytetosend(2) = Text3.Text
           	 bytetosend(3) = Text3.Text
	 bytetosend(4) = Text3.Text
        	bytetosend(5) = Text3.Text
        	buffer = bytetosend()
        	MSComm1.Output = buffer
       	 dummy = DoEvents()
       	 Loop Until MSComm1.InBufferCount > 5
        	datain = MSComm1.Input
       	 Text2.Text = Val(Asc(Mid$(datain, 1, 1)))


And i want to display the value in Text2.text from input from serial port.pls help in this .
Thank u

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Repost in questions forum

by Why Me Worry? In reply to serial port

Thank you...please come again!

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Why you should heed WMW's advice.

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