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Hello,

I made a program that contains a state machine, and I want to generate an error report in a TXT file. But what I want to do is book a special area in the txt file For each of the stages of the state machine such as the first step in the error report will occupy the line 1 to line 10 txt file.


I want to know if it is feasible to LabVIEW or not, if yes how can I do?

thank you

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Yes you can use LabVIEW to do this. You could make different arrays of strings and when you are done writing to the array save them all every time.

Tim
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hey Tim

 

can you give me an exemple please ?

 

Hicham

 

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Show me what you have so far and I will help add to it.

Tim
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i send you a demo program

what i want is to creat a error rapport andfile  save it in a TXT file

for exemple whene the user push the bouton "prog pix" we excute the state machine and if there is an error save it into the txt  in a specifie area for exxemple from line 1 to line 10 whithout delete the other line of the file

 

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Hi hicham11303!

 

I've tried to make an example along the lines of the other advice given in the thread.

 

StateMachineSnippet.png

 

This is just a basic example which I hope will help you get started.  You could also use a single 2D array of strings (as opposed to multiple 1D as in the example) and use the Enum value to select which row to update - this is probably more scalable than my solution here.

 

If you have any questions I'm happy to help!


Regards,

Peter D

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With a single 2D array:

 

StateMachineV2Snippet.png


Regards,

Peter D

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Try this little gizmo I keep around.]

]1.png

 

Just put it on the error chain- it logs up to Log max (10) errors to Error Log.txt in the default data directory.  The newest error is on top in the file

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hi

 

thank you for your answer, but in my vi in every stage i've different 1D arrays

 

i send you a screen print to see un exemple

 

 

 

 

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COuld they all be different error files or do they have to be in one file?

Tim
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