How to use "FOPENA" or "FOPENB" in OKUMA
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    Default How to use "FOPENA" or "FOPENB" in OKUMA

    Hi,

    does anyone have experience using FOPENA or FOPENB in OKUMA? These two instructions are on the programming manual but no explanation nor example is given.

    We would appreciate it very much if you could give us a simple example.

    Thank you very much

    Stephan

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    These are explained in the Special Functions Manual No.1 manual under the READ/WRITE GET/PUT functions. The example included in the manual is as follows:

    fopen.jpg

    The FOPENA and FOPENB commands allow you to "open" 2 different files at the same time to GET data from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tskinner View Post
    These are explained in the Special Functions Manual No.1 manual under the READ/WRITE GET/PUT functions. The example included in the manual is as follows:

    fopen.jpg

    The FOPENA and FOPENB commands allow you to "open" 2 different files at the same time to GET data from.
    Hi,
    I have question about READ/WRITE/GET/PUT.
    As you mention FOPENA...B Where is the file A located at? Is it stored in a PC? Saying if I have a text file in PC, how do I get the data from that and GET those data into machine variables?
    Thanks a lot


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