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Selecting INTEG, LLAG, LKUP or LIMT as the PCFL function type returns the wrong block type.

Goals and Symptoms

Selecting INTEG, LLAG, LKUP or LIMT as the PCFL function type returns the wrong block type.

Facts and Changes

ProWORX32 Version 2.0C

Causes and Fixes

'ProWORX 32' appears be incorrectly selecting the wrong PCFL block function code for the top node.
of the block (The top node defines the library function type) when it is being configured in either 'Combined'
or 'Online' mode.

This only affects the selection for the LKUP, INTEG, LMIT and LLAG function types. Other function types
of the PCFL block are not affected.

This does not affect the operation of the PCFL block function. If you double click on the block after the
'Instruction Editor' window is closed, it will show the correct PCFL function type in the top node of the block.
(If you open the Intstruction Editor window to verify this, do not click on the OK button because it will change
the selected function type. Click on the Cancel button to exit out.) Also, the Data\Instruction Editor view will
show the correct registers for the function type.

As a workaround,

  • If you want to define the top node of the PCFL block as a a LKUP function, select LIMV and click on
the 'OK' button to close the Instruction Editor window.
  • If you want to define the top node of the PCFL block as a a INTEG function, select LKUP and click on
the 'OK' button to close the Instruction Editor window.
  • If you want to define the top node of the PCFL block as a a LLAG function, select INTEG and click on
the 'OK' button to close the Instruction Editor window.
  • If you want to define the top node of the PCFL block as a a LIMT function, select LLAG and click on
the 'OK' button to close the Instruction Editor window.


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