Specify EOS character
You can configure EOSCharCode to an integer value ranging from 0 to 255, or to the equivalent ASCII character. For example, to configure EOSCharCode to a carriage return, you specify the value to be CR or 13.
EOSCharCode replaces \n wherever it appears in the ASCII command sent to the instrument. Note that %s\n is the default format for the fprintf function.
For many practical applications, you will configure both EOSCharCode and the EOSMode property. EOSMode specifies when the EOS character is used. If EOSMode is write or read&write (writing is enabled), the EOI line is asserted every time the EOSCharCode value is written to the instrument. If EOSMode is read or read&write (reading is enabled), then the read operation might terminate when the EOSCharCode value is detected. For GPIB objects, the CompareBits property specifies the number of bits that must match the EOS character to complete a read or write operation.
To see how EOSCharCode and EOSMode work together, refer to the example given in the EOSMode property description.
An integer value ranging from 0 to 255 or the equivalent ASCII character. The default value is LF, which corresponds to a line feed.