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String to number conversion

I don't think you can't have a DBL indicator displaying that. Only string or timestamp as far as I know.


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Antoine Chalons

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k sir leave this here i got clear now thank you very much

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Hi TiTou,

 

Exactly, I'm an ex-NI employee.

And the problem is not the evolving needs, but the lack of gratitude.

 

Cheers,

Olivier L. | Certified LabVIEW Developer


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@Olivier_L wrote:

And you should try to think about a solution by yourself!



Ahem... the whole point of coming here to ask question is when you can't find a solution yourself.


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@mahi108. wrote:

output form of dbl should aslo appear as 55:06:33  

it should not display  63393


You are not understanding the difference between a value and it display. The value of the number indicates a time. It can be displayed on the graph as TiTou has shown. Or you could have just started out with the timestamp as TiTou had suggested in the first place, which I think is a far easier solution.


Olivier_L wrote:

It's not possible for a numeric Control to display Time Values, that's why Timestamp controls exist!


 Says who?

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If you convert a timestamp to a dbl, the result will be the number of seconds since 01:00:00,000 01.01.1904.

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That's right, maybe my answer is quite "savage" Smiley Very Happy

But I'm disappointed with "kind of order" posts and waiting for ready to run solution provider.

Olivier L. | Certified LabVIEW Developer


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OK

 

I Assume my mistake. Sorry for that "too quick" answer without having verified it before!

 

Cheers,

Olivier L. | Certified LabVIEW Developer


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