Oefening33.fcfx in the Miac module would not work

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Oefening33.fcfx in the Miac module would not work

Postby Nazaire VERRUE » Thu Apr 10, 2014 12:23 pm

Dear,

The oefening33.fcfx (see attachment) works perfectly in simulation.
When I load the oefening33.fcfx in the Miac module then would not work.
However, when compiling one gets no mistake.
What's wrong here?

Sincerely

Nazaire
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Re: Oefening33.fcfx in the Miac module would not work

Postby Benj » Thu Apr 10, 2014 2:15 pm

Hello,

I've had a look at your program and can't spot anything that would potentially cause an issue.

Are you getting anything on the LCD on the MIAC when you load the program?
Have you tried a very basic program to print a string to the display?
Finally, what version of Flowcode 6 are you using?

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Re: Oefening33.fcfx in the Miac module would not work

Postby Nazaire VERRUE » Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:04 pm

Best Benj,

On the LCD I get a zero when I load the program instead of 422.
I have a string printed on the display in the simulation and this works correctly.
I use flow code V6.07.

Greetings.

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Re: Oefening33.fcfx in the Miac module would not work

Postby Nazaire VERRUE » Thu Apr 10, 2014 4:16 pm

Hello,

I found the problem. Namely the variable Char [1] should Char [2] and the variable StringRest [10], StringRest [2] and the variable StringData [10], StringData [11].
Now it works correct.

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Nazaire
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