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Where are # variables stored? Can the result be viewed?
« on: March 24, 2008, 09:42:51 PM »
Where are # variables stored? Can the result be viewed?  If i define a variable as in the example below where is the variable and/or result stored?

The variables are read by Mach3 with no errors in format in the program below but I would like to know if the results are what I need.

#100=15(----RADIUS-----)
#101=24(----CORD WIDTH------)
#102=2.4032(x-addition)
#103=[#101+#102*2](-----X CORD with addition--------)
#104=0
#105=0
#106=0
#107=0
#108=0
#109=0
#110=[2*[ASIN[#101/[2*#100]]]] (-----THETA----)
#111=[#100*COS[#110/2]] (-----D------)
#112=[#100-#111](-------H-------)
(--------------------------------------------------------------------)
#120=[2*[ASIN[#103/[2*#100]]]] (----THETA----)
#121=[#100*COS[#120/2]]
#122=[#100-#121](-------H-------)
#123=[#122-#112](------Y-AXIS-APPROACH-DISTANCE-----)


Thank you
AK

vmax549

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Re: Where are # variables stored? Can the result be viewed?
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2008, 07:35:20 PM »
Yep they sure can, Mach has a VAR monitor(;-)  Look under the operator pulldown, at the bottom shoulod be the VAR monitor when it pops up type in the var you want to see AND DO NOT PRESS ENTER(;-)

then hit update and you will see the values displayed, the monitor is active meaning it updates itself, you can move it over to the side if needed. OK closes it out again.

(;-) TP
Re: Where are # variables stored? Can the result be viewed?
« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2008, 08:25:17 PM »
Perfect,  thanks for the suggestion.  Great support as always.