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A sequence consists of one or more 8 bit characters. A sequence can be any part of the serial communications you are analyzing. It can consist of printable ASCII characters, but may also include every non-printable character between 0 and 255 decimal.


ATL2 (ASCII format)

41 54 4C 0D 0A (HEX format)

This sequence is a modem command to set the speaker volume on AT compatible modems. It includes a Carriage Return (0D) and a Line Feed (0A) character at the end of the line.


The maximum sequence size in Docklight is 1024 characters.