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Overview

Command instructions sent to a terminal connection automatically include a set of line terminating characters/bytes appended to the end of the data string.
By default, Indigo includes both a carriage return (0x0D) and line feed (0x0A); however, if your device/host requires a different set of command terminating characters/bytes, you can provide a set of custom terminating characters. 

Note

The command terminating characters/bytes do not apply to advanced send commands or keyboard redirected input using the Terminal Emulation view mode

Session Properties

The command terminating character sequence can be enabled/disabled or customized with a user specified character sequence from the Session Properties editor on the Advanced settings tab.

Command Terminating Character OptionsDescription
<CR> and <LF> (0x0D,-0x0A)

This option will always send a carriage return and line feed appended to each command instruction submitted to the connected device/host in a terminal session.
(This is the default option in Indigo.)

Carriage Return (0x0D)This option will always send a carriage return appended to each command instruction submitted to the connected device/host in a terminal session.
Line Feed (0x0A)This option will always send a line feed appended to each command instruction submitted to the connected device/host in a terminal session.
Custom Character Sequence

This option will allow the user to specify a custom character sequence that will be appended to each command instruction submitted to the connected device/host in a terminal session.
(The custom character sequence can be expressed using the advanced send command syntax.

Tip

The character sequence can be expressed using the advanced send command syntax.

CharacterByte in DecimalByte in Hex
Carriage Return <CR>130x0D
Line Feed <LF>100x0A
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