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Re: Getting and setting number of series and values


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Hi Franc, 

Thanks for guiding me in the right direction. I was able to change the

number of series and values using OpenDataEx method of the ChartFX 98

object.

I am a little confused as to how to pass an array. Let us say that I have

21x69 array in memory (21 series, 69 values/series). 'Reading Data from

Arrays' from help describes all that is needed for a VB project. How is it

done in VC++ project as there is no Reference option under Project menu?

The help also says that one can not pass multi-dimensional arrays such as

nData(10,10)in to ChartFX 98. I appreciate if you can write a sample piece

of code to readin Data(21,69) from memory to ChartFX in VC++.

Thanks,

Arjun

Francisco Padron <frankp@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

news:DE0379D14694D211B4CE00609770710D0549AF@sftfx-221.wamnet.net...

> 1) This is not the way of setting the data. Please check the programmer's

> guide on "Passing data using the API", the OpenDataEx method allows you to

> specify the number of series and columns.

>

> 2) The design control that you are using is not designed to be used in a

> VC++ program. You won't be able to deploy this application to computers

that

> don't have a Chart FX IE design time license. I suggest you take a look at

> Chart FX 98, this is the product designed for this purpose.

>

> --

> Frank

> SFX

>

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