I'm using CW 8.0 for 56800 and USBTAP.
I need to follow the time evolution of a rapidly changing float variable (every 10 ms) , so I tried to setup a
visualization point + data visualization but I've discovered that this is extremely slow. So I've moved to
the solution of defining an array of 1000 elements, then I fill the array every 10 ms, and finally I
suspend the execution and use data -> view array to look at all the elements. This works
fine, but the problem is that I'm not able to export the content of this window to to
analyze and plot the data. ctlr +c does not work, copy is greyed ... the only solution
that I've found is to use a window capture program (snagit) that also converts to text .. but it is a
real pain. Does it exist another way to dump this data or which is the standard method of studying
the behaviour of a changing variable without slowering the system ?
thanks for your help
Message Edited by CrasyCat on 2007-04-13 10:39 AM