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  1. Thank you so much Darren! I knew it probably was something very simple. It now works exactly how I want it to. Thanks again Fred
  2. it's actually 0xXX<comma><space>0xXX<comma><space>0xXX<comma><space> ... Is there a way to upload my code along with sample files (25kb)?
  3. Thanks for the help. My VI sends register and memory content to an IC using SPI. Here is a screenshot of the 2nd sequence of my VI. The sequence right after is the exact same but I load a different file. The 1st, 4th and 5th sequences send hardcoded data to the SPI programmer no arrays involved. That's it. Run the whole thing once, you're fine. Try to do it again, array is filled with zeroes. the file being loaded in the beginning is of the following structure 0xXX, 0xXX, 0xXX, .... where XX is a HEX representation of a byte. Thanks again
  4. Hi I'm a first timer and my experience with LabVIEW is limited (although growing fast everyday) I built this little VI where I am reading HEX values (bytes) from one file. I format the data and pass it to a FOR loop where Hexadecimal String to Number puts every byte into a unsigned integer array using an Auto-Indexed Tunnel. I then repeat the process for a second file. This completes my VI When I run the VI for the 1st time (read from 2 files), it works perfectly fine. But when I run it for a 2nd time (read for the 3rd and 4th time), the integer array is filled with 0's (wired an indicator). Only way to get around this is to fully close the VI and then re-open it. Should i re-initialize the tunnel every time? If so, how? Could it be that my array is 'big' i.e. 7200 items? Hopefully I'm clear enough Thanks for your help Fred
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