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  1. Array A INT[32] Array Index B INT Destination C INT I am trying to move an Array (A) Element (A[2]) using a symbol (B) in ladder into a destination symbol (C) C = A [ B ] Result: ERROR: Array Index of Operand 1 out of range at rung 1 ( 6, 0 ).  The documentation suggests that it is possible, but I am unsure if there is something I am doing incorrectly. Note* Fixed indexing works with no errors Is there another method to accomplish this?   PLC : CJ2M CPU31 CX- Programmer: Verion 9.74 Update 1: If I go online to the PLC It does look like the array look up is working. Is the issue with the mov block? Update 2: I changed the memory locations which has caused a different error to appear. This error is clearer but does not explain the manual excerpt I posted further up ERROR: Only the constant can be specified for the index of the array.  at rung 5 ( 6, 0 ).  Update 3: Solution 1 I managed to hack together a proof of concept using pointers and indirect offsets  Update 4: Solution 2 For some strange reason things work as expected inside of the function blocks so I made one where the array is In-Out and with an input and output respectively. Note* External reference to pointers inside of the function block produced an error. Function block Logic     Update 5: Solution 3 Now I feel like I am going crazy, I tried just the original code again and it works... I have no idea why and if it was not for all the documentation I would be lost as to why it works now... Update 6: Conclusion It seems to have array indexing work the array index must exist in the D Memory Block. The reason it did not work above is because I somehow had a MOVR block when I tested after moving all the variables to the D Memory Block. I hope this journey helps someone else :)
  2. CX Designer Generic Popup Faceplate

    I was wondering if anybody out there has ever made a generic popup to deal with multiple devices, similar to what you can do with factory talk and wonderware. I want to be able to index addresses from the PLC to the PT memory but it doesn't look like you are able to do this. Is there anybody out there that has come across this same problem?
  3. Hello. I'm trying to use index addressing inside function block.  The command *D200 doesn't work. Is it necessary to use IR0, ID0,... inside function block? Thanks. Best regards