The Adafruit NeoPixel library for the addressable lights used commas to differentiate between the different values. Previously, the receving module expected an "L", "M", or "H" followed by four sets of three-digit numbers including leading-zeroes. It seems unkind to expect someone to modify their protocol to accommodate my code, so pseudo-code was sketched which would parse the comma delimited values into the correct LEDs. Support for the Hnnnrrrgggbbb input will be dropped if this can be programmed.
Pseudo code for recognizing a comma
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