2022-03-14 (M) RemoteFinishLine Bluetooth connection pseudo-code

The datasheet for the HC-05 was probably a translated document because it had spelling errors, grammar errors, and other evidence that no one proofread. They listed a series of commands that didn't make sense and weren't explained in some places, but they worked. I stumbled through these to figure out which ones were useful and compiled them into a repeatable series that should work for my project. Since I'm using two different Bluetooth modules, I'll need to designate the unit that receives the connection and the other that initiates it. I can do this by asking the module its name and acting accordingly. Although, that could be moot if the receiving unit ignores all the commands to start a connection. I wrote out the pseudo-code for the initiating side and confirmed the sequence a few times.
Pseudo-code for initiating module

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