On Mon, 18 Jul 2005 10:48:16 +0200
  "Francois Piette" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Is it possible to do with TTnEmulVT:
>> 1) "Hide" from Terminal some output of host computer (Telnet 
>> so user can not view result of command he send to the host computer,
>> but this command is executed;
> You should bette use separate TTnCnx (Telnet protocol) and TEmulVT 
>(Terminal emulation) components.
> You then can filter what you receive to display it or not.

How I can filter data? If I understand I can do it on OnDataAvialable 
event of TTnCnx component.

>> 2) Send to the host computer command without displaying it in 
>>Terminal  window;
> Yes, using Send. But be aware that the host may echo the data you 
> Again, using separate component would give you better control.

Now I use separetely these two components and if I want to display 
data I use Send and WriteBuffer method of TEmulVT component. Is it 
right way ? (but it works!) :-)

>> 3) Write to the Terminal window without sending command to the host
>> computer?
> Yes, use Write, just as clear screen I showed you.

Instead, I also use WriteBuffer. And it works too.

Thanks a lot.

Best regards,
Artem Antonov.
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