In french: sFinEvénement
Disables the detection of an event on a serial port. The event was managed by sEvent
// Detect characters on COM1 port
sEvent(1, sEveCharReceived, "Read")
sEvent(1, sEveBreak, "Break")
// --Procedure Read(PortNum, Event)
<Result> = sEndEvent(<Port number> [, <Event to stop>])
- True if the function was run,
- False otherwise.
<Port number>: Integer
- Number of the serial port (1, 2, 3, up to 32 for COM1, COM2, COM3, ... COM32).
- Port number returned by sOpen (if this function was called with a port name).
<Event to stop>: Optional Integer constant (or combination of constants)
Event whose management must be stopped. If this parameter is not specified, all the events managed on the port are disabled.
|sEveBreak||Receive a "Break line" event|
|sEveCharReceived||Receive a character|
|sEveCTS||Change of CTS status|
|sEveDSR||Change of DSR status|
|sEveEntryQueue80||The input buffer is full at 80%|
|sEveError||Detect an error on the line|
|sEvePrinterError||Printer error detected|
|sEveRing||Detect the "Ring" signal (ring)|
|sEveRLSD||Change of RLSD status|
|sEveTransmitCompleted||The output buffer is empty|
When closing the port, all the events managed on this port are disabled. When re-opening the port, sEvent
must be re-run to define the events managed on this port.
Business / UI classification: Business Logic
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