[DECtalk] flush command

Jayson Smith ratguy at bellsouth.net
Thu May 25 08:36:07 EDT 2006

I think the command you want is simply an Ascii 3, or Ctrl-C character.
Sending this will usually shut the thing up.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andy Brown" <brownandy at onetel.com>
To: <dectalk at bluegrasspals.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 8:27 AM
Subject: [DECtalk] flush command

> Hi,
> I'm writing some software that uses a Dectalk Express (from around
> 1996) to help people explore graphs.  My problem is I can't find any
> command that will flush the buffer, i.e., get the Dectalk to discard
> everything in the queue (text I've already sent, but has not yet been
> spoken), then continue accepting and speaking as before.  Getting the
> thing to shut up is very important - can anyone help?
> Thanks,
> Andy.
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