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Slink-e / CDJ Discussion Archive #3

Re: CDJ -- device file usage

Posted By: Colby Boles <cboles@n...>
Date: 2/12/1999 5:04p.m.

In Response To: Re: CDJ -- device file usage (Ed Haszto)

Now I have the display of all the nomatches showing up in binary, not hex so it impossible to read and find out

where the response message is. The length of the address is constant, not like in the help file example where

the response was 7 or so digits longer then the send message, so you can spot it. Can someone tell me how

to display hex numbers, not binary.

if the number of bits in the received message isn't divisible by 8, it will always have to be displayed as binary. the way to view the raw contents of S-Link or IR messages is to load the lowlevel.cde file (do not associate it with any port - just load and name it) This device file has no commands in the file itself but supports many internal commands listed in the help under SlinkX->Low-Level Device Interface.


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