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Is there a piece of code that will allow me to use the Serial Monitor by only typing and not having to press "enter" or click the "send" button? what can I do?
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My kids used to do this. If they don't get the answer they want from Mom they ask Dad.

Yes.
Just kidding.

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I'm sorry for posting twice... I'm really new in this and accidentally made two posts, found a way tho, thanks.
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Hey, sorry to bother you, but what about something else than Perl.
I found this soft developed in C# http://csharp.simpleserial.com/ (with its source code).

Like I did, you easily can modify the code in order to do whatever you want, the code is quite easy to understand (for a beginner like me).
I used it to create my own Terminal with the Serial Port and the BaudRate to choose. It works fine with my Arduino through USB / Bluetooth, since it's basically serial.
And Visual Studio Express is free.

Maybe this post won't suit you, in that case, I apologize smiley
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