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vrf Some VEE code that works, and then doesn't...

Question asked by VRFuser on Oct 29, 2007
Les,
The full program requires an int32 input - hence my use of the slider.
Cheers,

Micheal,
Just to get the thing working, I placed all possible addresses (100 -
607) into a text array and I'm now using the int32 input to address the array.  However cheers for showing me the multiple formuli in a single box - that'll make alot of my programs look alot nicer...  I'll try that method out of curiousity and I'll let you know if I have the same issues.  Gotta run now though so I'll let you know how I go tomorrow.
Cheers everyone,

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Les Hammer wrote:
>  >  When I put everything (except the int32 slider and the until
> break) into
>
>  
>> a user object and feed the output from the slider into the object,
>> again
>>    
> everything executes perfectly.
>  
>>  I only get incorrect execution when this very same user object is
>> placed into the program that communicates with the hpe1326,
>>    
>
> Is it still being fed by an int32 or is it getting some other type of
> data then?
>
> ~~Les Hammer
>
>
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