linux – serial port programming ( ASCII to Byte )

I tried to receive data from serial port. However, those data is unrecognized to me. The root cause is because those are in ASCII. To decode the data, it needs to be the byte formate.
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The buffer I’ve created is unsigned char [255] and I try to print out the data by using

while (STOP==FALSE) {  
        res = read(fd,buf,255);
        printf(":%xn", buf[0]);
        if (buf[0]=='z') STOP=TRUE;

Two questions here:

  1. The data might is shorter than 255 in the real case. It might takes 20 – 30 arrays from 255. In this case, how can I print 20 arrays ?

  2. The correct output should be 41542b ( AT+ ) as the head of the entire command since this is the AT command. So I expect the buf[0] should be 41 in the beginning. It is, however, I dont know why the second one is e0 while I expect to have 54 (T).

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Source: linux

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