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Sending Hexadecimal numbers via "mxj net.tcp.send"

December 27, 2012 | 5:21 pm

Hi list,
I’m having trouble to send those hexadecimal list : "01 82 84 81" to my Kramer VGA Switcher via the "mxj net.tcp.send " object.
Indeed, while the java class deals pretty well with the ASCII messages, I can’t send hexadecimal numbers (they are interpreted as ASCII strings).
In plus, I can’t convert my Hexadecimal numbers to ASCII character because they don’t exists.

I’m sure someone has an answer. While It’s for a show that will run in several days, a pretty quick answer would be appreciated :-)

Have a nice day.

Benoit.


December 27, 2012 | 9:33 pm

I found by myself: The "sadam.TcpSender" object from The Sadam Library
http://www.sadam.hu/en/software
I just had to convert the hexadecimal numbers in decimals.

Benoit.


December 27, 2012 | 9:33 pm

I found by myself: The "sadam.TcpSender" object from The Sadam Library
http://www.sadam.hu/en/software
I just had to convert the hexadecimal numbers in decimals.

Benoit.


March 22, 2013 | 7:46 am

The [sadam.TcpSender] is great for this job but I am having troubles with the Receive external.
The hex string I send through [sadam.TcpSender] works fine and I can see the result on the host side, but I cannot see the host reply in any way, though I have set the correct port.
Didi you try the object? Is it working fine? Any suggestion?

Thank you


March 22, 2013 | 7:46 am

The [sadam.TcpSender] is great for this job but I am having troubles with the Receive external.
The hex string I send through [sadam.TcpSender] works fine and I can see the result on the host side, but I cannot see the host reply in any way, though I have set the correct port.
Didi you try the object? Is it working fine? Any suggestion?

Thank you


March 22, 2013 | 9:28 am

Ok, I worked it out with [sadam.TcpClient]
I am a total novice to such matters…

Cheers


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