> >> Is it possible to do with TTnEmulVT:
> >>
> >> 1) "Hide" from Terminal some output of host computer (Telnet
> >>server),
> >> 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.

You receive data from the OnDataAvailable event and then you filter it as you 
like. That is you
write code to analyse data before passing it to TEmulVT component for display.

> >> 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
> >send.
> > 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!) :-)

Well, It's been a long time that I haven't serioulsy used those component. Look 
into TTnEmulVT
source code.

Author of ICS (Internet Component Suite, freeware)
Author of MidWare (Multi-tier framework, freeware)

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