Sending ASCII with CR without LF

I am very new to ARDUINO and have only used LabView. I have searches for two days to no avail. I am trying to send a serial command “FECT?” to a hand held LCR. I have found that Serial.println automatically adds a CR and LF. The LF is causing problems.
I have tried using Serial.print, but cannot figure out how to add the CR.

Serial.print('\r');

David-Keith: I am very new to ARDUINO and have only used LabView. I have searches for two days to no avail. I am trying to send a serial command "FECT?" to a hand held LCR. I have found that Serial.println automatically adds a CR and LF. The LF is causing problems. I have tried using Serial.print, but cannot figure out how to add the CR.

Arrch gave you the correct solution. Let me add that you can do it all in one shot. That is, you can use

Serial.print("FECT\r");

or even better

Serial.print(F("FECT\r"));

The latter call places the string in PROGMEM rather than SRAM and saves precious memory. Many times, people write code that has a lot of text strings and run out of memory by not using PROGMEM.

For small strings, don't bother, but if you have things like large menus, use PROGMEM.