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    need help in extracting data from Link2fs_inOut_v4j from more extractions tab

    hi, I can't seem to extract data from the more extractions page but the main page works just fine. if (Serial.available() > 0) {
    j1 = Serial.read();
    if (j1 == '>d'){ // Found the reading "AOA"
    delay (11); // It seems to need a delay here
    AOA = "";
    AOA += char(Serial.read());
    AOA += char(Serial.read());

    AOA += (" "); //pads it up to 5 caracters
    AOA += (" "); //pads it up to 8 caracters
    if (AOA != AOAold){ // checks to see if its different to the "old" reading
    // delay (11);
    lcd.setCursor(0, 0); //sets the cursor position for the first letter
    delay (11);
    lcd.print(AOA); //Prints the data to the LCD
    AOAold = AOA; // Writes the current reading to the "old" string.
    }
    }

    if (j1 == 'L'){ // Found the reading "stall warning"
    delay (11);
    stallwarn = "";
    stallwarn += char(Serial.read());

    stallwarn += (" "); //pads it up to 8 caracters
    if (stallwarn != stallwarnold){
    //delay (11);
    lcd.setCursor(8, 0);
    delay (11);
    lcd.print(stallwarn);
    stallwarnold = stallwarn;
    }
    }

    the above is my programme for the Arduino. apparently, the stallwarning data will show on my LCD screen but the AOA won't. can someone tell me the problem?

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    Re: need help in extracting data from Link2fs_inOut_v4j from more extractions tab

    STOP POSTING STUFF all over the place here. It's not facebook or twitter that people are waiting for your every breath.

    People here normally don't respond to people that multiple post the same thing all over place, as all that does is reduce the effectiveness of the search button.(Something you should have used)

    To answer your question ,, in the download of my program there is a text file called ,,,
    Link2fs_PDE_duel_identifiers_help.txt.
    Move you mouse over it and double left click on the title and a file will open.
    Read it.

    If it don't make sense then pop back to ,,,
    Arduino - Reference
    and catch up with the basic's (especially serial coms)

    Hope that solves your problem.

    Jim

    P.S. I've deleted some of your posts for that reason.
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    Re: need help in extracting data from Link2fs_inOut_v4j from more extractions tab

    I sincerely apologise for my actions. I've been doing this due to being anxious for an upcoming submission of a project, plus I hardly use forum to enquire about problems, frequently emails. Being dumb and too stupid I have to seek help from professionals like you that's why I was in anxiety when no one replied my problems. thank you so much for your help

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    Re: need help in extracting data from Link2fs_inOut_v4j from more extractions tab

    Yes it can be frustrating to have to wait when some-one is in the middle of a new mission ,, we all know what it's like, that's for sure.

    All the people that help here are hobbyist's like yourself but sometimes it can be up to a week before a Guy comes along that is in the position to help ,,, so it can take a bit of time.
    Sometimes it could be 10 minutes ,, other times a week. That's the way the cookie crumbles I'm afraid.

    When some-one gets stuck it's always good to re-read the included documentation ,, study the demo INO/PDE's ,, check all the forums here and if it's Ardruino related ,, then check the Arduino site as well. I actually do that too as my memory's not that young any more.

    I see JMeller has helped you in one in your other posts so you have one of our top Guys that has picked up on your thread ,, that's great.

    Good luck with the mission.

    Cheers ,,, Jim
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