I am using Delphi 6
My data stream comes from a third party source and is,
13 characters with CRLF to terminate - a total of 15 characters
Part of the way through there is # followed by CRLF to signify a change in required processing action
The data stream then reverts to 13 characters plus CRLF
My problem is that with size set to 15 I read too much in when the line with # enters the datapacket and then I have roll over of all the data thereafter and it is corrupt.
If I set ComDataPacket1.size:=0; ComDataPacket1.IncludeStrings:=True; ComDataPacket1.StopString:= #13#10 then the packet is not actioned. Why not? How should I define the stop string? Should it be :=#$D#$A or in quotes as '#$D#$A' or what?
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