I have PuTTY hooked up to a serial port and am reading an output of an AVR.
I send print command like this:
printf("OCR1A: %d \n", OCR1A);
And PuTTY does go to the next line but does not reset the column. Shown here
How can I have PuTTY start the newline column at zero instead 1 + current cursor position?