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If on windows, suggest looking at

Linux: Realterm has been tested with Wine 1.0, Opensuse 11.0, Realterm
A cursory test with Com1, running as root, was successful.

Realterm is a terminal program specially designed for capturing, controlling and debugging binary and other difficult data streams.

See command :



During capture, Prepends a timestamp to each line. Only works in text files with EOL

Good luck

On 9/8/2014 11:54 AM, office76#xt wrote:
        Imagine you've collected samples from a data acquisition device, and
know the time you started taking samples (12:04 pm), and when you stopped
(12:36 pm). You'd end up with two columns of data like this:

12.7     12:04 pm
6.1       12:36 pm

My question is, is there a way to generate the intermediate time values in
the second column?

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