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{LOG?} command (Request log lines)

Requests n lines of a system log


{LOG?} n

  • - the number of lines requested
The last n lies of the system log will be sent via {LOG} commands, followed by a {LOGF} command.

Note for {LOG?}, {LOG} and {LOGF}
These three command are usually used to fetch a list of items from a RemoteSign server. For example a train layout control software may maintain a log. A RemoteSign client may wish to view the log, it can request the last n lines using the {LOG?} command. The server then sends as many {LOG} commands as are needed and then sends a {LOGF} to let the requester know that they have all been sent, so that it can display the lines at its end.

See also: {LOG} {LOGF} {MSG}

Overview and list of all RemoteSign commands: API reference

Supported by:
RemoteSign Windows
RemoteSign Sequencer (send)