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Figure 5. Next, click on the Terminal Category and in the
‘Line discipline options,’ click the ‘Force on’ radio buttons
for both ‘Local echo’ and ‘Local line editing’ as shown in
Next, we want to create a file to save our logged data.
Open the Session Logging window and click the
‘Printable output’ radio item. We will create a file name of
sine_data.csv (more on the name in a moment) by clicking
the browse button, then navigating to the directory we
want to use. Enter the file name as shown in Figure 7.
We can now use Pu TTY, but let’s first save all the
settings we just input so that we can recall them the next
time we want to use this program.
Return to the Category Session and save the session
settings by typing in a session name (I’ll use mySession)
in the ‘Saved Sessions’ text box as shown in Figure 8
■ FIGURE 5: Pu TTY serial line.
■ FIGURE 6: Pu TTY terminaloptions.
■ FIGURE 7: Pu TTY save log file.
■ FIGURE 8: Pu TTY store session.
■ FIGURE 9: Pu TTY load session.
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■ FIGURE 4: Arduino serial port.