So what have you tried? Show us your code, provide an example of a text you are trying to search (so we can try out your code). This will (a) make clearer to us what you want to do, (b) give us some idea of how much effort you have put into this (homework?) problem, (c) give us an idea of what concepts you don't understand, (d) tell us what version of LabVIEW you are using, and (e) show you are serious about learning LabVIEW (instead of having someone do your homework for you).
Hi Bob_Schor, thanks reply and sorry not attached the concept. Today i get some idea to try and the output similar what i want. Can u check my concept if have some concern or suggestion to find the great solution.. Thanks Bob.
Please help me to help you. You sent me a picture of your code, instead of the code, itself (the LabVIEW VI, a file with the extension ".vi"). That's like sending me a screen shot of a 5-page Matlab printout instead of the .m file!
Attach your code! Please!
Why do you need the specific line? Isn't it enough to find the keyword with a Match Pattern and grab the text After match?
thanks for attaching the VI:
Pure LabVIEW, not even OpenG needed…