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compare and extract number from string

Thanks

My meanning is: if I have a number, eg, 347750 and then i need to extract the nearest greater number-in the example is: 347760 and then the same line rate I also need to pick is: 0.45%( pls see the attach jpg)

btw, how to extract the float number and percentage number from the string.

 

thanks

 

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Could you please send a text file with that data set in.

I will try out my code on that and then post it.

Many thanx

AdamB

NIUK

Applications Engineering Team Leader | National Instruments | UK & Ireland
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Thanks

Pls see the TXT file and wait for your help.

 

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This was so much easier than the original problem posted.  Here go LabVIEW 7.1.1

Message Edited by Pana-man on 10-14-2005 06:40 AM


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Thanks Paul

I got it.

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Hi srt,

I also had a go, but reading from a file.

I assumed you might want the actual line of the file so I have added that in too.

Hope this helps

AdamB

National Instruments

Applications Engineering Team Leader | National Instruments | UK & Ireland
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Many many thanks Adam

 

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Paul, Many thanks for your many helpful VIs. I am pretty new to LabView so I have a simple question for about serial port out. I am reading this set of info from a digital multipurpose thermometer.

1+17

1+17

1+17

1+17

1+17

2+34

2+34

2+34

2+34

2+34

3-2.3

3-2.3

3-2.3

3-2.3

3-2.3

etc. each of the first repeating characters represent temperature, pressure, dew point etc. and the second set represent the real value. how do i sort this string and display it?

Thank you

 

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