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I used the GSM library that comes together with arduino 1. Specifically the sendSMS part.

I managed sucesfully to send SMS.

Now the thing is, inside this library the SMS to send is stored in a char variable:

char txtMsg[200];

My question is, are you able to send the SMS, but store the message not in a char variable, but as a String?

I would test it myself but now i only have one SIM card, and for some reason my network is blocking it (that is another thread to be started btw)

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OK, i found access to SIM card and tested this myself. I can confirm it's working!

So, if anyone wants to use the standard GSM library for SMS, you can use both chars and strings.

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