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In the example below, digital pins 2 and 4 on your Arduino are used as virtual RX serial lines. Pins 3 and 5 are virtual TX lines. The Arduino listens on one virtual port (ss) until it receives a "?" character. After that, it listens on the second virtual port (ss2).

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In the example below, digital pins 2 and 4 on your Arduino are used as virtual RX serial lines. Pins 3 and 5 are virtual TX lines. The Arduino listens on one virtual port (portOne) until it receives a "?" character. After that, it listens on the second virtual port (portTwo).

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