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Hello,

i search the siplest way to convert array with dec values (ascii coded) in a string.

For example Array with 50 46 49 to string 2.1

 

Thanks

Sepp

 

 

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@sepp70 wrote:

Hello,

i search the siplest way to convert array with dec values (ascii coded) in a string.

For example Array with 50 46 49 to string 2.1

 

Thanks

Sepp

 

 


Talking about ASCII or hex conversions is always confusing.  As a result, I'm not quite sure what you are trying to do.  Don't those ASCII values already correspond to the string you want to convert to?

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Hi Bill,

content of array is for example 50 46 49 and i will convert in string "2.1"

Input array with dec values, output correspond ascii characters in a string.

 

Regards Sepp

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@sepp70 wrote:

Hi Bill,

content of array is for example 50 46 49 and i will convert in string "2.1"

Input array with dec values, output correspond ascii characters in a string.

 

Regards Sepp


I get it now; I should've gotten it the first time, sorry.  Just use the "Byte Array to String" function found in the Numeric --> Conversion palette.

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Decimal Strng To String.png


I think he meant he has an array of u8.  Talking about these kinds of conversions are always tricky to me.

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@billko wrote:

Talking about these kinds of conversions are always tricky to me.


Agreed.

 

If the input is an array of numerics, there's no point (or difference) in mentioning that it's decimal encoded.

 

If the input is an array of decimal encoded strings, it's quite different.

 

It would be better to have a VI with input\output specified.

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