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Stepped Limit Lines

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Alright that was dumb on my part. I have the delimiter set for a semi colon (;). Now my issues is that it does read the decimal point for my decimal values. Ive tried a couple things, and I either get the number without the decimal point (ex: .34 comes outs as 34) or I get this (ex: 1.15 comes out as 1, cutting out the values behind the decimal point). Ive looked into using fract/exp string to number function, but I am unsure as to how to incorpate that into what im doing.

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Is this what you want?

 

Limit lines on graph.png

 

The attached VI uses the suggestions which have been posted along with a few modifications I added to implement this.

 

Lynn

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Johnsold,

 

You literally are the man. This is exactly what I was going for thank you!

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Hi zz,

On your conversion problem: not only the delimiter is important, the format string is important too!
Again: read the help for that function including the links in the help!
Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2021 on Win10/11+cRIO, TestStand2016/2019
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These things are not difficult. As GerdW recommended, please read the detailed help for the functions used so that you understand how it works.  All the details are important.

 

Lynn

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