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C# SerialPort not closing when reading
I have a C# program running through a serial port that I do not want to receive any data from, but I do want to read the data when it arrives.
Therefore, when I read the data it is not being closed and therefor there is memory leak.
Here is how I do it:
dataReceived = serialPort1.ReadLine();
if (dataReceived!= “”)
// some processing code
Are you sure that you are closing the port? I have found before that if it is not closed properly that it will hang the program until it is closed. It also may not be reading the data correctly, try opening the port, and closing it prior to the read, and then do one of them first, this may help since it allows the port time to write the data to it before trying to read.
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I can’t comment on a lot of the problems you mentioned since I only read the first chapter, but the main thing that I noticed from reading the first chapter is that it is very, very readable and very, very long. So I was just wondering if it was going to actually be any good, and if it would have been better if you had written it as a story, and not made it so dry and so dense.
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