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It will not send EOT, so you can call this repeatedly for as many variables as you want to send and then send EOT with something like Send4BytePacket

Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't a silent transmission have to contain one and only one variable? As I remember it, the calculator won't accept any other commands after a silent variable transmission until (a) you send an EOT, or (b) the calculator times out. (This was a major problem with TilEm's internal linking for a long time. Older versions of TilEm had a really weird way of dealing with it -- pulling both link lines low in between variables -- which only seemed to work on the TI-83.) FloppusMaximus 17:44, 22 February 2007 (PST)

You're probably right, which means it's kind of odd that this routine doesn't do it.--Brandonw 18:14, 22 February 2007 (PST)