Conversion from decimal to octal variables labels using TestStand expression?

Hi all

I am currently using TestStand for read and write ARINC data for my application. Now, the card of the ARINC does only decimal values, so I have to convert all decimal octal labels and set them in TestStand, such that the map of the ARINC accepts it. So, when I read the variables that come out, I their name for the log file, but I need to convert the decimal values in octal labels such as test operators should not be confused.

Overall, I need to know is it an expression to take the decimal value and convert it to octal in the space of expression?

Thank you!

Convert to octal string: Str (Locals.Local, '%#o')

Remove # if you do not want the radix prefix.

Convert to decimal string if you want an integer:

Str (Locals.Local, "%I")

or for floating point:

Str (Locals.Local, '%g")

Hope this helps,


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