BYTE keyword error

i uploaded the following code in the Arduino UNO:

 #include <string.h>
 #include <ctype.h>

 int ledPin = 13;                  // LED test pin
 int rxPin = 0;                    // RX PIN 
 int txPin = 1;                    // TX TX
 int byteGPS=-1;
 char linea[300] = "";
 char comandoGPR[7] = "$GPRMC";
 int cont=0;
 int bien=0;
 int conta=0;
 int indices[13];

 void setup() {
   pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);       // Initialize LED pin
   pinMode(rxPin, INPUT);
   pinMode(txPin, OUTPUT);
   Serial.begin(4800);
   for (int i=0;i<300;i++){       // Initialize a buffer for received data
     linea[i]=' ';
   }   
 }

 void loop() {
   digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH);
   byteGPS=Serial.read();         // Read a byte of the serial port
   if (byteGPS == -1) {           // See if the port is empty yet
     delay(100); 
   } else {
     // note: there is a potential buffer overflow here!
     linea[conta]=byteGPS;        // If there is serial port data, it is put in the buffer
     conta++;                      
     Serial.write(byteGPS,BYTE);
     if (byteGPS==13){            // If the received byte is = to 13, end of transmission
       // note: the actual end of transmission is <CR><LF> (i.e. 0x13 0x10)
       digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW); 
       cont=0;
       bien=0;
       // The following for loop starts at 1, because this code is clowny and the first byte is the <LF> (0x10) from the previous transmission.
       for (int i=1;i<7;i++){     // Verifies if the received command starts with $GPR
         if (linea[i]==comandoGPR[i-1]){
           bien++;
         }
       }
       if(bien==6){               // If yes, continue and process the data
         for (int i=0;i<300;i++){
           if (linea[i]==','){    // check for the position of the  "," separator
             // note: again, there is a potential buffer overflow here!
             indices[cont]=i;
             cont++;
           }
           if (linea[i]=='*'){    // ... and the "*"
             indices[12]=i;
             cont++;
           }
         }
         Serial.println("");      // ... and write to the serial port
         Serial.println("");
         Serial.println("---------------");
         for (int i=0;i<12;i++){
           switch(i){
             case 0 :Serial.print("Time in UTC (HhMmSs): ");break;
             case 1 :Serial.print("Status (A=OK,V=KO): ");break;
             case 2 :Serial.print("Latitude: ");break;
             case 3 :Serial.print("Direction (N/S): ");break;
             case 4 :Serial.print("Longitude: ");break;
             case 5 :Serial.print("Direction (E/W): ");break;
             case 6 :Serial.print("Velocity in knots: ");break;
             case 7 :Serial.print("Heading in degrees: ");break;
             case 8 :Serial.print("Date UTC (DdMmAa): ");break;
             case 9 :Serial.print("Magnetic degrees: ");break;
             case 10 :Serial.print("(E/W): ");break;
             case 11 :Serial.print("Mode: ");break;
             case 12 :Serial.print("Checksum: ");break;
           }
           for (int j=indices[i];j<(indices[i+1]-1);j++){
             Serial.print(linea[j+1]); 
           }
           Serial.println("");
         }
         Serial.println("---------------");
       }
       conta=0;                    // Reset the buffer
       for (int i=0;i<300;i++){    //  
         linea[i]=' ';             
       }                 
     }
   }
 }

It shows the error:

_1.ino: In function ‘void loop()’:
_1:34: error: ‘BYTE’ was not declared in this scope

As of Arduino 1.0, the ‘BYTE’ keyword is no longer supported.
Please use Serial.write() instead.

update moderator: code tags added

BYTE has been obsolete for some time. Please use code tags.

Please use Serial.write() instead.

Is there some part of this that you don't understand? Would it help if we repeated it? Perhaps louder? Slower?

i dont understand, can u please edit in this code and mail me on “ajayrock.012@gmail.com

..You do a lot of work to get that RMC-sentence! (you will notice that this sentence as ALWAYS the same lenght and format - so no need to locate those kommas)

In the OP’s defence, I don’t see an occurrence of “BYTE” in that code… but I suppose it could be in one of these?

#include <string.h>
 #include <ctype.h>

EDIT… wait I found it with my other glasses on