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Hello,

 

I need to consult with generating field. I have one field of approximately 150, and the values of this field are only 1 and 0 at random.

And I needed to gradually take values from the array (1 and 0) when the value of the field is equal to 1 must create 1,000 value numbers 10 and if the value of the field is equal to 0 values have to create 1,000 number 0. So at the beginning I have 150 values 1 and 0, and the end I will have an array of size 150 000 values of the numbers 10 and 0 on the Y axis and X axis I have the values 0 to 149,999th

 

Can anyone advise me with generating this field?

 

Thank you for answer.

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Please, post in you native language.  Google Translate will help us to understand what you wish to accomplish.

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Potřebuji poradit s generovaním pole. Momentálně mám jedno které má 156 hodnot, kde jsou jenom jedničky a nuly. A já potřebuji postupně brát hodnoty z toho pole a když to bude hodnota 0 tak vytvořit pole které bude mít 1600 hodnot čísla 0 a když to bude číslo 1 tak vytvořit pole které bude mít 1600 hodnot čísla 10

Takže když na začátku mám pole o 156 hodnotách, tak na konci budu mít pole se 156*1600 hodnot (cca 250000)

 

Thank you for help.

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Hi Miha,

 

when I trust Google you need something like this:

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Best regards,
GerdW
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Thank you GerdW :-)

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Hello, can you help me with another problem? 

Now i have two array, one with 0 a 10, and secend with index 0 1 2 .. size(x*y)

And i want to create a square waveform of these values.

 

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Hi Miha,

 

just wire the "x*y" array to a waveform graph!

Have you even tried to wire up things?

 

As you are asking very basic LabVEIW stuff: did you take those FREE ONLINE resources offered by NI to let you LEARN LabVIEW?

 

Btw. your second array will have numbers from 0 to x*y-1

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GerdW
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I'm sorry GerdW.

I have not tried wire this array, but when I wired my first array to a graph, that it did not work.

 

Thank you for your advice.

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