Size of the concatenated string variable?

Hi all

I have the following question:

In Labview, there is a function called concatenate strings. When I want to 'Add' three strings I can pull the string to concatenate to the size three for three entries.

Is there a possibility to implement a digital control where I can enter a number that ranges from my entries for the string concatenation function?

If I want to add three channels I enter 3 in my digital control, my function gets three entries. After my program that I want to have five added channels so I would like to enter 5. Is it possible to do this?

Thank you for your help in advance.

Best regards

Tresdin

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It seems to me that your program should be in a loop FOR, autoindexing on the points table.

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