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FW: vrf Tabulated alphanumeric display

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 9, 2000
Hi there,

If you are using a TO STRING to send the array to an alphanumeric display,
it's easy.  In the Data Format tab of the TO STRING properties, change the
array separator from the default " " to "     ".  This will make your array
much more grid-like on the display with tabs inbetween each one.

The other way is to actually change the "WRITE TEXT a EOL" line in the
TO STRING box to something with a fixed with field.  You can do that with
integers or reals.

If you are not using a TO STRING box, you might consider it as a nice
display buffer.

Mike Groves
Ericsson Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: Erdem Canbay [mailto:ecanbay@metu.edu.tr]
Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2000 12:07 AM
To: HP VEE
Subject: vrf Tabulated alphanumeric display


hii all,
I have a two dimensional array [80,7] with 7 columns and 80 rows.
I directed this array to an alphanumeric display. This dispaly refreshes

continuously. Therefore, the width of the columns change continuously.
it is impossible to read this display clearly. Is there any way to put
an 2D array
in a tabulated manner to the screen. I need a grid option. I looked to
the web
for ActiveX controls for grids. But all of them are professional and not
free.
Thanks your advice

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  Middle East Technical University
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