also use additional channels (other signals of the loaded dat file, logical signals, results from database queries, etc.). However, it has to be guaranteed that the selected channels are always available and valid, as otherwise the macro cannot be executed. Preview window: The preview window shows all valid input arguments, intermediate results and the macro result itself. You can suppress the preview function by not enabling the selection fields in the "Show" column. The preview window offers the same operations as a signal strip in the recorder window.
ibaAnalyzer Manual Issue 6.3 363 184.108.40.206 The input dialog The input dialog defines all input variables (arguments) necessary for the macro generation. You can choose from optional and mandatory arguments. Mandatory arguments are entered in the example expression field (signals, functions, etc.). The number of the mandatory arguments has to be selected in the related selection field. The optional arguments are no expressions but defaults which are entered as value in the default column. For mandatory arguments, default values cannot be specified. The input dialog contains the following elements (columns): Show When enabling the selection fields, the result of the selected expression or, in case of an optional argument, the constant value in the preview window is displayed. Name Here, you can enter the freely selectable name of the argument. You must not use the same name for other arguments or intermediate values. Example expression Expression functions for each argument can be entered in this column. The entry is mandatory for mandatory arguments. It is not possible to refer to other arguments or intermediate values in the expression builder. Default For optional arguments, a numerical value is to be entered here. When applying the optional argument, this value is used for generating a macro. Comment Here, you can briefly describe the selected argument. There are 4 buttons on the right-hand side: insert an empty line for a new argument delete line and argument move the argument upwards in the table move the argument downwards in the table
Manual ibaAnalyzer 364 Issue 6.3 220.127.116.11 The intermediate values dialog This dialog can be used for intermediate calculations and/or for determining partial results being necessary for any further macro generation. The dialog contains the following elements (columns): Show When enabling the selection fields, the result of the selected expression is displayed in the preview window. The following conditions must be met: The expression must be valid If in the intermediate value, it is referred to a necessary argument, this argument has to be valid If in the intermediate value, it is referred to other intermediate values, they have to be valid (the first two conditions must be met) Name Here, you can enter the freely selectable name of the intermediate value. You must not use the same name for arguments or other intermediate values.
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