One Q&D solution would be to read 4 bytes on the serial port, and build the two signal values accordingly.
Be carefull, since you have defined a very large buffer (65000+), the values you read from the serial port may be there as results from previous readings. You should flush the port from fossils and use the bytes at serial port VISA command to be sure of the data you get.
BTW, the index array function can have multiple outputs. Just position the mouse over the node and pull. And you don't need to wire in an index value : implicitely, the output are generated as 0, 1, 2,....
Message Edité par Conseils le 05-26-2006 11:19 AM
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can you be a littile more clear i just want to display two different 8 bit values on two different graphs ,say which im receiving sequentially one behind the other as a two byte string and i want to seperate those two bytes n display both bytes (n process them) seperately