Embedded API page:
This page clearly shows the format for a string sent, including the final part of the string:
Message – Text of the SMS message. Separated from the destination number with a space and terminated with two newline characters
1.What can I do if I want to send an SMS containing “Hello\n\n\nskipped some lines” ? I have tried using \r and the behavior is the same. I get return value “00” success, but only the first line, ie “Hello” is sent.
2.On a related note, the lifetime of this embedded API is “for the foreseeable future or forever” I hope? I hope to use it in a product I’m building. I just hope it isn’t sunset in the next 5-7 years.
printf ‘S________+15554443333 Hello\n\n\nSMS!’ | nc -i1 cloudsocket.hologram.io 9999
Potentially related, very old post I found in my search prior to posting: