Part Number: TMS320F28377S
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I have a question on the real-time graph function when using the Code Composer Studio development tool.
In the Debug environment, when the graph function listed on the tools menu is selected, variables in the user source codes can be displayed in real time.
What I need in association with the graph function is to dump the formatted values of the displaying variables into a text file or excel file as appropriately.
Please inform me how to dump the formatted values of the displaying variables into a text file or excel file.
Thank you for your guidance.
Geon KimWhat I need in association with the graph function is to dump the formatted values of the displaying variables into a text file or excel file as appropriately.
Just to make sure I understand correctly, you wish to do this also in real-time (continually write out the value of a variable to a text file on the host whil ethe target is running)?
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
Thank you for your review.
It does not have to be in a real time.
I suppose that the text dumping process may be impossible to be completed in a real time.
It might be sufficient if I can dump the formatted values of the displaying variables into a text file with respect to a paused graph.
In reply to Geon Kim:
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