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Owning Palette: String Functions
Requires: Base Development System. This topic might not match its corresponding palette in LabVIEW depending on your operating system, licensed product(s), and target.
Use the Path/Array/String Conversion functions to convert strings, arrays, and paths.
|Array of Strings to Path||Converts an array of strings into a relative or absolute path.|
|Byte Array To String||Converts an array of unsigned bytes representing ASCII characters into a string.|
|Command Line String to Path||Converts the string you specify into a path. The input string must describe a path in the standard command line path format of the current platform. This VI formats the path output according to the path format of the current LabVIEW bitness. LabVIEW (32-bit) uses : path separators. LabVIEW (64-bit) uses / path separators. Use this VI to format paths you receive from the platform command line for use with LabVIEW.|
|Path to Array of Strings||Converts a path into an array of strings and indicates whether the path is relative.|
|Path to Command Line String||Converts the path into a string that describes that path. This VI formats the path string with the standard command line path format of the current platform. Use this VI to format paths before sending commands to the command line of the current platform.|
|Path To String||Converts path into a string describing a path in the standard format of the platform.|
|String To Byte Array||Converts a string into an array of unsigned bytes.|
|String To Path||Converts a string, describing a path in the standard format for the current platform, to a path.|