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Data view change
The data in the main window (fig.1.1.1) can be displayed in two modes (fig. 3.1.1):
|1.||The data can be displayed before processing. Before processing the data I fully comply with that has been read.|
|2.||The data can be displayed after processing. After processing the data can be modified depending on the parser.|
Fig. 3.1.1. Data view
Data view settings, that can be configured on the "Data view" tab:
1.View characters with code - the program can interpret and decode bytes as characters. You can select decoding mode for each range of character codes. If the range doesn't have the corresponding character, that's why these data can be displayed only in hexadecimal and decimal code.
2.You can set up the user's format to display a data byte. The directive %d shows to display a decimal code, the directive %x - hex code. You can set any framing characters before/after the user format.
3.Highlight data sent on screen - a string with sent data will be highlighted by the selected color.
4.Character set - allows you to define the character set of incoming data. Windows - Windows ANSI character set, DOS - OEM character set.
5.Data source custom color - if you've created several configurations then you can define a custom color for each data source that allows you to distinguish data flows on the "All data" page in the main window.
6.Split strings by data timeout - this option allows visually splitting data packets in the program window. Data packets that will be received after the specified interval will be shown on a new line. If this value is set to 0, then data packets will not be split.
7.Split continuous data blocks large than - this option allows visually splitting continuous data flow in the program window. The program will show data on a new line if continuous data is longer than the specified number of bytes.
8.Split by characters - this option allows to visually splitting continuous data flow in the program window using the specified symbols. For example (fig. 3.1.1), the program will use a character with the 0Ah hexadecimal code that is equal to the "LF" ASCII code.