hex to char problem

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    hex to char problem

    hey guys,

    i am trying to communicate serially with a camera through my microcontroller

    i have to send hex command 56:00:26:00

    the uart function only takes in char pointer to send the data

    so in char, command is V:nullchar:&:nullchar

    nullchar terminates the flow and only V is sent

    pl suggest something.

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    First suggestion: try to describe your problem in a way that mere mortals, other than yourself, can understand.
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    Have you tried sending "56:00:26:00" as a C-style string?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rups21489 View Post
    hey guys,

    i am trying to communicate serially with a camera through my microcontroller

    i have to send hex command 56:00:26:00

    the uart function only takes in char pointer to send the data

    so in char, command is V:nullchar:&:nullchar

    nullchar terminates the flow and only V is sent

    pl suggest something.
    If it is a Canon Camera, take a look at CHDK, you'd find many of this kind of Questions answered in their developer Wiki.
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