Example: Parsing Input Data Using strread
This example illustrates how to use the
strread function to parse and format data that you read from a device.
strread is particularly useful when you want to parse a string into one or more variables, where each variable has its own specified format.
The instrument is a Tektronix TDS 210 two-channel oscilloscope connected to the serial port COM1.
sassociated with serial port COM1.
sto the oscilloscope. Because the default value for the
continuous, data is asynchronously returned to the input buffer as soon as it is available from the instrument.
RS232?command to the instrument using
fprintf, and then read back the result of the command using
RS232?queries the RS-232 settings and returns the baud rate, the software flow control setting, the hardware flow control setting, the parity type, and the terminator.
strreadfunction to parse and format the
datavariable into five new variables.
s, you should disconnect it from the instrument, and remove it from memory and from the MATLAB workspace.
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