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:: Serial.print() extension with Xterm codes ::

Arduino Serial.print() lacks capability to output information in structured way. By using Xterm control sequences it's possible to easy follow changes in debug variables.

Download library, install it as required for your OS. There is example file.

Example usage (Please see example in zip file and don't forget to call xterm.init() )

xterm.print(1,1,"This is normal text",NORMAL);

            | |  |                    |
            | |  |                    +- display atribute
            | |  +- text or variable
            | +- row
            +- column

On Mac OSX use iTerm ( and initiate session with

screen /dev/name_of_your_arduino_port

On Windows use free PuTTY (

Download Xterm library here