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Hi all,

Whilst the Arduino platform has given me a brilliant introduction to microcontrollers, however - I'm beginning to do more and more outside of the Arduino IDE with environments such as Atmel Studio, and plan to do a little with MPLab etc.

How would one go about viewing data sent to a computers USB port, without the Arduino's Serial Monitor. I use both OS X and Windows 7, so solutions for both would be brilliant. Primarily, I'm not sure what to type in to Google to look this up myself!

Many thanks in advance.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terminal_emulators



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Well, now I've got a bit of a problem - I used the ls/dev/tty.* command to find my USB ports, and the screen /dev/tty.usbmodemfd131 command to start comms. The baud rate is obviously wrong so I just quit... now the Arduino IDE can't use that port as it says it is in use.

Hmm
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