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DS90UB954-Q1: Can I do 32 bit address writes in ALP in Python?
Part Number: DS90UB960-Q1
for testing and evaluating of systems based of e.g. DS90UB960 we use python scripts in the ALP GUI.
In order to stress wrong or unexpected results such as
print ("-> Bit  is high: i.e. -> Back Channel CRC error detected!")
it would be preferrably to make the printed text bold or red colored ...
How to use format items in ALP?
The ALP Scripting Tab is a developer's interface that makes it easy for user to interact with the builtin python interpreter. It does not have support for formatting. Sorry.
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In reply to Vishy Viswanathan:
thanks for your answer.
It's a pity that there is not a single possibility to stress or outline a comment in case of error or exception (within a python script such a B.I.S.T. or so on).
It could be helpful.
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