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Automated tests for serial COM, TCP/UDP, HID

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Docklight Scripting is an automated testing tool for serial communication protocols via COM, TCP/UDP, USB HID, Bluetooth HID and Named Pipes. It includes an easy-to-use script language for automation. A Docklight script allows you to execute all basic Docklight functions (sending predefined data sequences, detecting specific sequences within the incoming data stream, ...) and embed them in your own test code.

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