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Hello,

 

I have two arrays and matrix 

the first array is X, second is Y

and the matrix is  Z[X][Y]

I wont to save the data from them in s-record as:

{

unit 16_t  X_size;

unit 16_t  Y_size;

unit 16_t   X[] members ;

unit 16_t   Y[] members ;

unit 16_t   Z[X][Y] members ;

unit 16_t  crc 16;

 

could you, please help me with it

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hi there!

are you using labview ide?

it is unclear what your question really is (at least for me), please be more specific.

 

regards


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hi,

 

that I have two arrays and a matrix,

and I want to write the data in an s-record file as the structure that described previously.

 

Regards;

 

 

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so i used labview for a while,

there is no such thing as a "s-record", this is a graphical programming language.

are we talking about the same thing?

 

this looks more like C-something


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Is this what you mean by S-record?

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f1/Motorola_SREC_Chart.png

 

If that is the S-Record then you will need to determine what type of record it is and where the block of data is to reside.  You will need to do this for each array.

 

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hi,

 

yes

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Well, will you be using S1(16-bit), S2(24-bit), or S3(32-bit) addressing?  How many bytes of data per line do you want in your records?  What is the starting address for where the data is to be stored?

S32500001000000102030405060708090A0B0C0D0E0F101112131415161718191A1B1C1D1E1FXX

S3=32-bit address

25=[(2 * 16) + 5] = 37 bytes follow in hex

00001000=32-bit address for starting location in hex

00..1F=32-bytes of data in hex

XX=[U8] checksum = FF-U8[summation(address + data)]

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