How to delare a schedule table in C?

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    How to delare a schedule table in C?

    Hi everyone,

    I have to set up a schedule table in C, but I don't know how. Something like this:

    0 RT3 T SA 10


    100msec RT4 R SA 6

    110msec RT5 R SA 7
    111msec RT5 R SA 8
    .
    .


    Anyone know about this, please help! Thanks a bunch!

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    You mean something like a table of strings?
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    How about a struct. I'm kinda guessing what you're after here, you haven't given us much to go on.
    Code:
    typedef struct
    {
      int Something1;
      int Something2;
      int Something3;
    } schedulerow_t;
    
    schedulerow_t MySchedule[100];
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    Sorry for not giving much info. This is the first time I'm working with the MIL-STD1553, but I don't know much about it
    First of all, I need to define a structure like this:
    Code:
    typedef struct
    {
      int RT#;
      T/R     0/1;
      int  SA#;
      int #words;
    } schedulerow_t;
    Then I will need to set up a schedule table like the first message. It means at time 0 msecond, RT3 will Transfer to SA 10, then at time 100 msec RT will Receive from SA6, and so on.
    Any help would be appreciated.

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    I'll bet most on this board have never heard of, let alone used, MIL-STD1553. I for one haven't a clue.

    Originally posted by vnrabbit
    First of all, I need to define a structure like this:
    Code:
    typedef struct
    {
      int RT#;
      T/R     0/1;
      int  SA#;
      int #words;
    } schedulerow_t;
    OK, you have a structure which you've defined with major syntax problems. Can you define the structure correctly or is that what you're having problems with -- basic C syntax?

    Originally posted by vnrabbit
    I have to set up a schedule table in C, but I don't know how. Something like this:

    0 RT3 T SA 10
    100msec RT4 R SA 6

    110msec RT5 R SA 7
    111msec RT5 R SA 8
    .
    .
    When it comes to your schedule table, it looks like you've defined that too. I therefore see no problem. You need to explain what you are having trouble with -- exactly.
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