1 - Make sure the string indicator is a multiline string.
2 - Store the current displayed string in a shift register and on every loop pass the data from the input to the output of the
3 - Use an invisable string local or a global to store the latest test state only.
4 - Inside your loop check if the latest test state, global or local, has changed.
5 - If the latest test state has changed, append the data to the data stored in the shift register and display in your multiline
I have brushed over a bit of detail but I hope it helps.
Anthony Chew wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have a normal application. i need to display the test status to
> the user during test, and the new test status will append to the
> next lin
e of the same string indicator that i previously used.
> Anyone know how to do that ?
> I tried using a local variable of the string indicator , but whenever i write
> a new
> string into it, the previous string will be deleted. I need to see the previous
> string as well.
> Ex: Test 1 Pass
> Test 2 Pass
> keep on updating the test status