AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

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krollenhagen
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plc dat files

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06-09-2004 10:32 AM
I have noticed that in some of the plc dat files, there is a /u parameter. It is not in all of them, I have noticed it in 1769 and 1747 Allen Bradley dat files. However, it is not in 1746, 1756, or 1761. These are the only files that I have looked at.

It seems that the /u parameter is just a sequential field in the file. The first entry u=1, the second, u=2 etc... Does anyone know what this is for? Is it needed?

Thank you,

Keith Rollenhagen
Sr. Electrical Engineer
Thierica Automation Group
*Jared Bunch \(Autodesk, Inc.\)
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Re: plc dat files

06-09-2004 10:48 AM in reply to: krollenhagen
Keith There really is no need for those lines. I would suggest just leaving them as is and not to even worry about them. -- ---- Regards, Jared Bunch Technical Support Specialist Autodesk, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------- "krollenhagen" wrote in message news:23898494.1086802354021.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > I have noticed that in some of the plc dat files, there is a /u parameter. It is not in all of them, I have noticed it in 1769 and 1747 Allen Bradley dat files. However, it is not in 1746, 1756, or 1761. These are the only files that I have looked at. > > It seems that the /u parameter is just a sequential field in the file. The first entry u=1, the second, u=2 etc... Does anyone know what this is for? Is it needed? > > Thank you, > > Keith Rollenhagen > Sr. Electrical Engineer > Thierica Automation Group
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