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You need to be A LOT more specific.  I have seen at least 5 different definitions of "hex".  Do you have an example of your data coming in and what you expect out?  Doing this with a VI whose controls and indicators have set default values is by far the best way.

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10 hours ago, crossrulz said:

You need to be A LOT more specific.  I have seen at least 5 different definitions of "hex".  Do you have an example of your data coming in and what you expect out?  Doing this with a VI whose controls and indicators have set default values is by far the best way.

hye. Is the below block diagram is correct? if correct means why i cannot construct it in labview?

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5 hours ago, Ravinath said:

Is the below block diagram is correct?

How are we supposed to know?  You still have not told us what you expect as an output with a specific input.

 

As far as what is different between the two pieces of code you have there, you need to wire up an I32 constant to the top of the Type Cast, not a string.  It will adapt.

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On 2/9/2018 at 3:26 AM, crossrulz said:

You need to be A LOT more specific.  I have seen at least 5 different definitions of "hex".  Do you have an example of your data coming in and what you expect out?  Doing this with a VI whose controls and indicators have set default values is by far the best way.

hye.actually i need to insert the following hex instruction packet as an input of the uart tx. can you help on this.thanks

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Do as ensegre shows or just use a normal string constant and set the display style to "Hex".  Then type in those hex values.  I also highly recommend you set the Visible Items->Display Style to make it more obvious that you are looking at the hex values and not ASCII characters.

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On 2/27/2018 at 4:46 PM, ensegre said:

Right click -> Visible Items -> Radix

Left click on d -> Hex

hye. if i want to create serial communication in labview to turn on the g15 cube servo is the below construction is correct? im using GD02 rev2.0 driver for the servo.

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