I have some code named [url removed, login to view] which successfully sends a command to a dial up modem and reports
if it was successfully accepted. I execute '[url removed, login to view] com7 ati4 OK 1' and 'see ati4 command accepted.'
or if I use a non-valid command (ex: atg4) I see 'atg4 command rejected!' This program works great for me
but I would like the code made a little more rigorous with some code to handle exception events. Ex:
If I enter '[url removed, login to view] com1 ati4 OK 1' (ie: using a non-valid com port) I see a windows pop-up saying
[url removed, login to view] has stopped working [Close program] ... However I would prefer if the program would cleanly
terminate saying something like 'Modem not found on COM?'
I'm attaching the 128 line [url removed, login to view] file in case anyone is curious to have a look at it.
If anyone out there may be interested in adding the exception handling code I mentioned,
I'm willing to pay $[url removed, login to view] USD *after successfully testing it with a non-valid com port arg.*
If more than one coder contacts me I'lll give preference to someone who has a dial up
modem and is decently proficient with C#. It's not that this particular request will be
difficult, but there may very well be other coding requests in future I can use help with.