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Add one column of string to columns of integer

Something like this?  Takes 5 minutes if you understand FOR loops with autoindexing.  Please make an attempt at it.  Then show us where you are stuck.


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Thanks for your help. 

 

I have now found a "solution" and have to try it with the rest of my program to see how it goes.  

Hopefully Camerond doesn't think that I have left this problem unsolved like my previous question Smiley Happy

 

Regards

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@Hoverman wrote:

Thanks for your help. 

 

I have now found a "solution" and have to try it with the rest of my program to see how it goes.  

Hopefully Camerond doesn't think that I have left this problem unsolved like my previous question Smiley Happy

 

Regards


Well, at least I know you now realize "how for loops work, with respect to outputs". Smiley Tongue

 

Cameron

 

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Excellent.  That looks pretty much like I was describing how to do it.

 

A few tips.

1.  You don't need the wait statements.  Since those For Loops run quickly and have a finite number of iterations, you don't need to slow them down.

2.  You don't need to wire the value 3 into the N nodes of the For Loops.  The number of elements in the array will determine how many times each For Loop runs because of the auto-indexing terminal.

3.  You can use the Format into String function to get that string created in a single node without concatenation.  %s=%d as your format string, and wire the string and the numeric into the Format into String node

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