2022-03-19 (Sa) RemoteFinishLine Character recognition

The program sends "Ready" twice per second, alerting its companion that the Bluetooth is linked. My method for recognizing serial data was kludgey, so I referenced another project and saw that previously I used single characters to trigger changes. I imported the function and modified it to work with both of my serial ports. When I send it commands that aren't in my list, I send back an error along with the DECIMAL equivalent, so I type that number in and add to the valid responses. I haven't written all the functions listed in the table, but my HELP menu shows the list of good commands.
Help menu with available commands

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