What does 'AT!=""' do?
Short question, but I can't find documentation on this anywhere I look, feels like it assumes people just know what it does, but I honestly have no clue.
I have seen this in a few examples, like in here.
So, it's always 'AT!=' followed by a string. Most info on AT commands explain what the questionmark does, but none seem to explain the exclamationmark, not even in the Sequens documentation.
@robert-hh Super, thank you!
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@NickBoots AT!="..." is used for Sequans firmware commands. You can get a list with
The list is long.
tells you, how to get only parts of that list and how to use help.