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vrf VRf: Parsing SCPI definite length blocks with ASCII data

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 2, 2000

> For a better understanding and appearance of the HpVee-code my idea is
> to bundle several data (for more than 10 I use the
> concatenator-function); to lead this bundle to+into functionsblock and
> to unbundle these data, with a kind of a demultiplexer. But I couldn't
> found the inverse of the concatenator. Is there something like this in
> HpVee or do I have to create my own Demux?

There are several possibilities depending on what your data are like.

1.  If you are simply concatenating scalars, you can get element N out of
the array A with the formula A[N]

2.  If you are concatenating equal size arrays with n dimensions, consider
using a collector to create an n+1 dimensional array instead of

3.  If you have data of different shapes and sizes, this is an ideal use for
records. Use the Build Record and Unbuild Record blocks instead of
concatenating and demultiplexing.

I Hope this helps.

Bill Ossmann
Agilent Technologies
Imaging Systems Division

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