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For loop feeding the constant value from string

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I want the user enter the interval number, let's say he enters 10. Then for i=1; i<10 , i++ , then next time if he enters 5 , loop runs for 5 times

so when I created a for loop in labview the number should be constant. The input value is a string so how do I convert  string to constant?

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You seem to be speaking in some version of C.  This is LabVIEW -- get used to it.  Users can enter data in any kind of Control -- if the control is a numeric control, the input will be a number.  If the control is a String control, it will be a string.  The Block Diagram has (String) functions to convert strings containing representation of numbers (e.g. "10") into number (such as the number ten).

 

I regret that the Getting Started with LabVIEW Tutorials have been (temporarily, I hope) moved from their place at the beginning of this Forum.  You really need to learn the basic elementary parts of LabVIEW ...

 

Bob Schor

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So I changed it to numeric indicator..still same problem

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Sorry yes I meant to write a pseudo code rather than labview code..my apologies

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Thank you! I changed it to numeric control..

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