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Topic: Garbage Characters recieved from Telnet Server
From: Saratoga Springs, NY USA
Member Since: 08/29/11
|posted August 29, 2011 9:25 AM
we are using telnet for .net. We receiving text from telnet server, we get characters such as
[0;0m [0;37m [1;36;44m.
Whats the wasiest way to get rid of them.
|Nick B (Admin)
From: Utica, NY USA
Member Since: 05/25/10
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|posted August 29, 2011 10:24 AM
Those are VT sequences, and there are two possible ways to get rid of them: if you only have access to the client machine, the easiest way to get rid of them would be to use our Emulation for .NET VT component to parse them, and either scrape the text out, or use the VT component to display them (with the enhanced visuals that VT enables). You can find the product's page and download a trial to test it out here: http://www.dart.com/ptemnet.aspx and/or contact email@example.com to replace Telnet for .NET.
If you have access to your server, you may be able to disable sending those characters, depending on what you're connecting to.
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