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QuestionHow to read from serial port until timeout of no more data received? Pin
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What makes you "read" in the first place? I've never worked on a "port" application where you just read all the time.

You request, then read before the timeout interval.

Then you simply keep reading until BytesToRead == 0 without timing out. That's the end of the "transmission".

Concatenating transmissions is something else again and nothing to do with the reading. (You can append to text files with one statement).
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