I nearly understand the method to solve the problem. But I am quite new in labview and I don't know some of the function you draw in jpg. Can you upload the Vi and have a look.
You still need to add proper execption handling, e.g.:
Message Edited by altenbach on 10-13-2005 09:05 AM
Before people jump into solving this problem, do you have any other surprises hidden in this string that will need to be evaluated? Is the number with the % ALWAYS there or sometimes? These things definitely affect the approach to the problem! Are there a fixed number of * between the two numbers? Can you post an example of a complete dataset that would be in this string?
Message Edited by Pana-man on 10-13-2005 03:42 PM
Please see the attach JPG file. IF I want to extract the number in the first red square and pick the second red square number which includs the %.
how to do it?
Looking at what you have posted it is still a little unclear as to what you actually need.
Are you extracting that number for any reason? (say nearest to a certain number?)
If you send in an actual text file with that dataset on I will try and create an example code for you to try out but I also need to know what number you need to extract and why.
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