look for the "Application Control" functions palette. "Open VI Reference" and "Call by Reference" might be interesting...
Can recursion be used for this challenge wiht LV 8.2?
Somewhere in there we picked-up the option to share clones but without that option, it may blow-up in LV 8.2 due to a lack of memory.
What would be wrong with just using a while loop that counts to 1000000. Convert each iteration to a string, filter out any number with [0,7-9], then do a simple search and replace (1=A, 2=B, etc).
Of course, it gives you repeat letters and lengths shorter than 6, but those should be easily filtered as well.
Not elegant or super fast (takes a few seconds to build it to an array, didn't try writing directly to a file), but certainly easy.
Its simple, and the filtering would be straight forward,
its not elegant but that would work.
hmm, nice idea. And it would be easy to see if it worked, run a line count compare to n! for that number and check for repeats and remove.
That might just do it.
I'll give it a go! 😄
Sorry, down-conversion to 8.0 will get rid of the in-place structure, so the attached 8.0 VI is a bit ugly. To simplify, you can remove the inner while loop without breaking anything.
Here's the string version as a 2009 VI for those who upgraded.
yup, that does the job perfectly, can even be expanded for 7, 8 etc... itterations.
does waht i needed and more 😄
now to write to a notpad file 😄