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VRf-Sequencer

Question asked by VRFuser on Aug 26, 1997
send q VRf-Sequencer vrf ww proart@tin.it

from: Greg Goebel / HP-MXD
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to:   VRf/Marco Barbieri
date: Wednesday, 27 August 1997 1137 MDT

> From: "Marco Barbieri" <proart@tin.it>
> To: <vee-ug-reg@lvld.hp.com>
> Subject: VRf - questions on sequencer
> Date: Mon, 25 Aug 1997 06:02:59 +0200
>
> Hi all,
>
> since I am a newcomer in Vee world (I come from LabView and LabWindows CVI)
> I have same silly questions on VEE 4.0.
>
> Example.
> I am using a sequencer object with 10 test.
> After the third I understand that the piece under test is non good and have
> to be discarded.
>
> How can I stop the sequncer from continuing with the remaining tests and
> start from the begining with a new piece?

Easy, just bail out if the test results fail:

   [ IF FAIL ] [ THEN RETURN ]

> There is a way to write manually the log for the test that I didn't execute
> so I do not have a hole in the final log?

Not reasonably ... you could manipulate the resulting log record, but it
would be an ugly, nasty job.  What you would likely want to do is generate an
output file with the text from the log records and then write a program
("awk" would do it well enough, but BASIC could be used as well) to massage
the information.  Doing it in VEE would be way too much trouble.

> Thanks to anyone that can help me.
>
> Marco Barbieri
> Proart Srl
> Italy

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