The specified number of characters follow the length of the string.
The following code is the type definition for an LStr string: Arrays of strings are usually the most convenient representation for lists. However, arrays of strings can place a burden on the memory manager because of the large number of dynamic objects it must manage.
To make working with lists more efficient, LabVIEW supports the concatenated Pascal string CPStr data type, which is a list of Pascal-style strings concatenated into a single block of memory.
Using the CPStr data structureyou can use support manager routines to create and manipulate lists.
The following code is the type definition for a CPStr string: LabVIEW has a separate data type for a path, represented as Path, which the file manager defines in a platform-independent manner. The actual data type for a path is private to the file manager and subject to change.
You can create and manipulate Path windows data types types using file. The memory-related data types have the following type definitions: