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Help! Can't read file with the char's. " / " and "." !

 
Hi fellows!
 
I got this file : example.   
 
13-06-06 12:30:20,526        -3,568 
13-06-06 12:30:20,529      -13,528
13-06-06 12:30:20,556      -30,568
.. 
.. 
..          
My program writes this file, and in my program i also got a  ReadFile.VI, to read this file and plot the data and i had no problem with that.
Then I tried in another computer  (with american english characters) . then when  my program writes a file there
I got the file look like this: 

 
13/06/06 12:30:20.526        -3.568 
13/06/06 12:30:20.529      -13.528
13/06/06 12:30:20.556      -30.568
.. 
.. 
You can see that the caharacters "- " and ", " are replaced with "/ " and ". " 
Then when want to read this file with in my ReadFile.VI, the scan string comes with an error. So I managed this problem with replacing the american char's with the eurpaen char's. But I'm shure that Labview can handle that in another way. see Attached vi. how i hanlded the problem. an easyer way there shure is!!  Help any suggestions. !!???
Regards 
Zamzam          
The other Attached file shows the format string to date and time , when written to file.!


FileRead.JPG:
http://forums.ni.com/attachments/ni/170/190846/1/FileRead.JPG


DateTimeTo file.JPG:
http://forums.ni.com/attachments/ni/170/190846/2/DateTimeTo file.JPG
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hi eaolson,
 
please kindly allow me to seek your advice,
 
i am a beginner in Labview, may I know where to find the meaning of these symbols, "%d/%d/%d\s%d:%d:%d.%f" , %s,etc. is there a list?
 
thanks in advance.
 
 
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6/14/2007 2:10:06 AM
it is very helpful, thanks, Lynn.
 
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