TransmitCommChar(handle, cChar)

Transmits a specified character ahead of any pending data in the output buffer of the specified communications device.


handle : PyHANDLE

The handle to the communications device.

cChar : char

The character to transmit.


The TransmitCommChar function is useful for sending an interrupt character (such as a CTRL+C) to a host system.
If the device is not transmitting, TransmitCommChar cannot be called repeatedly. Once TransmitCommChar places a character in the output buffer, the character must be transmitted before the function can be called again. If the previous character has not yet been sent, TransmitCommChar returns an error.