you already know this is an English speaking forum!?
Is it possible to change the values of the enum? That is, when you define the item you can assign the value you want to
In an enum the values are simply ordered, the "value" is the item text. The "number" is just the index inside the enum item list.
When you want to use arbitrary values associated with texts then you should use a ring instead…
If you want to post a message in Spanish, go to the Spanish forum that is under Regional Communities. I know I have mentioned this to you before.
Your message thread as been moved there.
If you are able to speak English, than go ahead and post in the English-speaking LabVIEW forum. There are far more English speakers so you are more likely to get help quicker.
I´m so sorry,
But if I use ring control I have the same problem. Because I want for exam`ple to put one name to the item and assign the number 8. I mean, for example, RESET and in the column of values put the number 8 no number 0. I hope I have explained myself better.
I mean, for example, RESET and in the column of values put the number 8 no number 0.
what's your problem?
a ring is not an enum!
You need to define the cases on your own because the ring items are unknow at edit time - the ring values can be changed at runtime as has been requested by you…