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Hi,

In VC++ environment, I've a dialog based chart embedded as an Active X

control.

For the realtime chart i pass some data and draw the chart, but if the data

is in the form of an array of 6 elements and i want to draw realtime chart

for each value.how do i do?

Suppose in the dialog box i've a combo box with 6 strings, and initially it

is set to 1 and realtime chart is drawn and a user changes his combo

selection to 2, how do i draw realtime chart for this value on the same

chart with different values, i mean to say it should not continue with the

first selection option, the second one should be a new one.

Regards,

Rao

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If you want to start plotting new data, you must re-start the real-time

chart to remove all previous data. You can do this by calling ClearData.

If you want just to continue adding data, you don't have to do anything,

simply continue adding data to the chart.

Maybe if you explain a little more about what do you want to see happening

in the chart when this combo box is selected I can give you some more tips.

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FP

Software FX, Inc.

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Hi,

Actually i have any array of size 7 which is equal to the values in the

Combo Box. for real time I plot 1st value present in the array for a

time interval say frm time t1 to t2, after this the user changes his

option frm the combox box to 2nd value, i want to clear the 1st values

and draw the 2nd value frm time t1 to t2 and realtime as well. All this

should be done in a single dialog based chart.

How can I do??

I hope got my point.

Regards,

Rao

"Software FX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> If you want to start plotting new data, you must re-start the real-time

> chart to remove all previous data. You can do this by calling ClearData.

>

> If you want just to continue adding data, you don't have to do anything,

> simply continue adding data to the chart.

>

> Maybe if you explain a little more about what do you want to see happening

> in the chart when this combo box is selected I can give you some more

tips.

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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