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Save and read from .xls

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Hello,

I have made two Vi's. The fisrt one saves some random numbers to .xls file and represent them

at the same time. The second one reads them.

My problem is that I read them but I can't represent them to a plot.

These are the two VI's

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QUOTE (d_nikolaos @ Oct 25 2008, 08:33 PM)

Hello,

I have made two Vi's. The fisrt one saves some random numbers to .xls file and represent them

at the same time. The second one reads them.

My problem is that I read them but I can't represent them to a plot.

These are the two VI's

personally i dunt like lvm file, as you mentioned you want xls file it is better to use the 'write to spreedsheet file' and 'read from spreedsheet file'

functions under the file i/o within function palette.

Specify your file to save as *.xls, this will allow you to wire in 1D or 2D array of data. example as shown.

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QUOTE (Minh Pham @ Oct 28 2008, 12:04 AM)

I take a look to the example from ni but I get confused so I desided not to

spend many time to it. I managed to do my, without to read the specific

cell I asked for, but straight from labview.

Thank you very much for your time.

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QUOTE (d_nikolaos @ Oct 28 2008, 09:18 AM)

I take a look to the example from ni but I get confused so I desided not to

spend many time to it. I managed to do my, without to read the specific

cell I asked for, but straight from labview.

Thank you very much for your time.

you r welcome, good luck

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