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Hei, Lars Ole. You might want to have a look at my BT project, where I "decode" commands. It could easly be extended in the way you propose: https://www.hackster.io/Notthemarsian/take-control-over-lego-power-functions-ee0bfa
Even better is to program a "State Machine", see example at the excellent Gammon Forum: http://www.gammon.com.au/serial (scroll down to section state machine).
By the way, nice tutorial, Mayoogh!
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