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Split number from data string

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I have user inputs like J1.A1 to J1.A20 I want to get the range from the given text 1 to 20,

Kindly share me the logic

 

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Vikram Kumar P

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I would use the Scan From String with the format set to "J1.A%d".  You will get the numeric value as an output.


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What is it that you are trying to do as a whole?

 

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I dont understand what is your exact requirement. But I can observe some informations from your post. I made a code snippet (Code made totally in an assumption) with that information. Check out the attached VI and reply. 

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you mean you just want to extract the numbers?

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Hi,

 

Thanks to all i got the solution by using scan from string %[a-z,A-Z]%d

 

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Vikram kumar P

 

 

 

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What do you mean library? There is documentation on how the scan from string function works, and the codes to use for defining its operation. What more do you want/need?

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