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I usually use the OpenG 1D array to string VI, which removes the trailing chars.


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This was discussed here 5 years ago. Still not reported in the help... 😞

 

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@chilly charly wrote:

This was discussed here 5 years ago. Still not reported in the help... 😞

 

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Is your number of elements uneven?

 

Why don't you post a snippet?

 

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It must be fixed in LV 2009:

 

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It works in 8.5 and 8.6. I don't have any older versions to test it with.

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Behavior in LV6i is same as LV9, which is the expected behavior.  Even number of elements, array is unchanged and comparison is false (equal).  Odd number of elements, last element is dumped by decimation/interleaving, comparison is true (not equal).  Empty array returns false (equal).

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OK, Darin and Ton spotted the issue (discussed here in 2005) : with an odd number of elements, the decimate array drops the last element, instead of creating arrays of different lengths. Even if this is the intended behaviour, I still think it is inappropriate.

 

I was wrong : This is now properly documented in the help (seems I didn't read the help til the end before sending my previous post 😞 ... or the french version has not been updated... this was the case in LV 8.2. I have to check the last version).

 

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I don't post snippets because LV9 is not installed on the laptop I'm using presently. 😉

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I don't post snippets because LV9 is not installed on the laptop I'm using presently. 😉


 

Try using the current version of the CCT (see Ton's signature). It can create snippets in all versions from 7.0 and up and there are even ways of importing those snippets in versions earlier than 2009.

 

Oh, and it also still has your name in the about screen. If you're not using it, we're going to have to take it off! 😉


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chilly charly wrote: @Ton : I don't post snippets because LV9 is not installed on the laptop I'm using presently. 😉

Try using the current version of the CCT (see Ton's signature). It can create snippets in all versions from 7.0 and up and there are even ways of importing those snippets in versions earlier than 2009.

Oh, and it also still has your name in the about screen. If you're not using it, we're going to have to take it off! 😉


Hmmmmm.... sarcasm ...   

 

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[...] there are even ways of importing those snippets in versions earlier than 2009.


Here's a JKI RCF plug-in to extract snippets from a Block Diagram png.  I've attached an llb that I have in my /project folder that'll do the same thing.  I prefer the plug-in over the library because I, too, love to right-click on stuff.

 

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