Re: current version 98 compatible
- Thanks for the update. Which version of 98 are you using? 98, 98
Second Edition, or ME?
As far as Excel goes, as you know, you are limited to 65535 lines. If
you CSV file contains more lines than that, you will be unable to
display the newer data in Excel.
One way to get around this is to break up the text file in to smaller
pieces (65535 lines or less). You will need a text editor that can
show you the line number your cursor is on. You would then copy and
paste sections of the larger csv file in to smaller ones that Excel
Since you are using direct serial mode in WUHU, I am assuming that
the history file you are talking about is the Pro compatible one
output by WUHU.
If you using the HistoryToCSV program to convert this file, the date
is in the form of raw binary. At the time, I was not sure about the
format of this column data so I just dumped the raw data. It may be
possible to modify this application to change it to a proper date
time although I would have to go back and look at it.
Is there a reason that you are now viewing and graphing your data
with Heavyweather Pro? Pro is able to handle large amounts of data.
It can also export your history.dat file to a CSV file.
If you do use Pro to export, you only need to worry about breaking up
the file in to smaller ones in order to import in to Excel.
--- In email@example.com, "phantomodopera"
> ok- my fault- I added a generic printer reinstalled the newest
> and its working- and yes its on Win 98- Direct Serial. ( the worstwindow,
> part is on this old machine, WUHU screen is too big to fit the
> and it doesnt shrink/stretch so I have to drag the screen - but thecouldnt
> old version was the same, so thats ok)
> Next question, and I know it has been adressed before, but I
> find it, After i convert the history.dat to CSV, how do I formatthe
> date column in to a readable Date/time?only
> And are there Column headers? My History file is too big, so its
> loading 65,536 lines but I'm not sure if its cutting off the oldest
> including headers or the newest data.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software"
> <wuhu_software@> wrote:
> > The run-time error is caused by the graphing control not seeing a
> > default printer installed.
> > Do you have a printer defined on that machine?