Command Line Reader Sync Example

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#include <QCoreApplication> #include <QSerialPort> #include <QStringList> #include <QTextStream> int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { QCoreApplication coreApplication(argc, argv); const int argumentCount = QCoreApplication::arguments().size(); const QStringList argumentList = QCoreApplication::arguments(); QTextStream standardOutput(stdout); if (argumentCount == 1) { standardOutput << QObject::tr("Usage: %1 <serialportname> [baudrate]") .arg(argumentList.first()) << endl; return 1; } QSerialPort serialPort; const QString serialPortName =; serialPort.setPortName(serialPortName); const int serialPortBaudRate = (argumentCount > 2) ? : QSerialPort::Baud9600; serialPort.setBaudRate(serialPortBaudRate); if (! { standardOutput << QObject::tr("Failed to open port %1, error: %2") .arg(serialPortName).arg(serialPort.error()) << endl; return 1; } QByteArray readData = serialPort.readAll(); while (serialPort.waitForReadyRead(5000)) readData.append(serialPort.readAll()); if (serialPort.error() == QSerialPort::ReadError) { standardOutput << QObject::tr("Failed to read from port %1, error: %2") .arg(serialPortName).arg(serialPort.errorString()) << endl; return 1; } else if (serialPort.error() == QSerialPort::TimeoutError && readData.isEmpty()) { standardOutput << QObject::tr("No data was currently available" " for reading from port %1") .arg(serialPortName) << endl; return 0; } standardOutput << QObject::tr("Data successfully received from port %1") .arg(serialPortName) << endl; standardOutput << readData << endl; return 0; }