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Hi,

Am I doing something wrong?

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No.  Nothing is wrong.  Look at ALL the items in that array.

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And is more....

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As has been said, you need to resize the array container (or add a scrollbar) to see the last value. (container size != array size!)

 

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As you can easily see, you get the last value. Agreed?

 

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Seems I am tired ... thanks a lot!

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Do you want the last element of the array ? 

The code is doing exactly that. 

 

There is a fifth element that repeats the first element of the array.

 

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@TomSAVU wrote:

And is more....


Please explain in a complete sentence what you perceive is the problem. Details!!!

 

(and please (please!!!) don't attach a new VI with the same name as a completely different older VI attached earlier!!!)

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Now it's clear, thanks a lot, I didn't see there are more than four elements in the array.

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