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Questionc# OPCgroup.SyncWrite vs. Float type Pin
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Ok
What looks so strange to me is anyhow why when I use 0.0001 instead of 0.0 I do not have the problem , (I tried also with other numbers and some give the problem, others do not).
Again, why the formula of the sine wave runs apparently correctly.
OK when I say working I mean apparently working without defects behaving like it is expected to.
Ex. I press the button, I read the pulse value back in the form after that SyncWrite transmitted to PLC , PLC trasferred to another tag, and form read back the new tag with the correct value
When I say not working I mean that strange behaviour that while pressing value is not transferred at all to the PLC (or at least it seems) or in other cases sometimes it is transferred and sometimes not .
This also followed by occasionally popup error windows telling about access violation when executing the SyncWrite.
Both Force and Filter arrays are declared float so in my opinion (just an opinion) the "true" filter algorithm should be ok, unless anytime I multiply or divide a mix of double and float is generated.
Debugging I look inside the value of the arrays and I can only see decimal numbers with comma so I cannot distinguish if they are float or double. Is there a way for this?
Thanks very much
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