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I have asked question recently in Arduino Stack exchange but I forgot to specify the problem clearly. I thought it is a problem with the Arduino's serial.read(). Seems like the question belongs to Super User or Electrical stack exchange. What should I do?

I was going to delete the question but the question has answers now but the answers did not help. I see this question more into Serial communication. Also I have seen many users having the kind of same problem in reddit and Arduino forums.

The question may not have a answer at all, it may be old devices (Versastat II) are not compatible with modern devices. I have fully edited the question after the two answers, which is bad indeed, afterwards added the full problem scenario..

Should I delete the question and repost? Help!

Thank you

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How to read incoming HEX values from Serial.read() method?

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the question has answers now but the answers did not help

Your question is detailed, and the answers seem to be trying to help you.

I don't think deleting the question will help. I suggest trying to work with the people that are answering you and try to work your way to a solution.

seems like the question belongs to Super User or Electrical stack exchange

Certainly not Super User. I think you should stay here and work out the issue.

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If your question has changed, it is better to leave the original question as is and ask a new question. That way the answers to the original question stay relevant.

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