NAME (except CXR101)
send - sends a character string with a break between each character
send [msec] string
Send sends the contents of “string” and waits "msec" milliseconds between
each character. If "msec" is not defined, it is set to 0.
This command is designed for use to dialogue with certain slow peripherals.
It can be integrated in a shell connection script
using an external modem, for example.
If the string consists of several arguments, they are sent
separated by a space. Caution, in this case,
the "msec" character must be supplied, even if it has value 0.
If you wish to send a string containing special characters,
these are presented as in the syntax for the echo command.
To send "ATDT3615\r" with no interval between characters:
To send "AT&D0[CR][LF]" with a 20ms interval between characters,
and without the character '&' being considered as an instruction to place a task in the background:
send 20 'AT&D0\r\n'
SEE: command echo, command wait.
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