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Development Kit (EU)
3 First Steps in Configuring
Example of text
extension
EU/3-26
text
Text to be displayed is enclosed by the characters """.
A line break within the text to be output is defined by
%n.
comment
Is possible after the comment identifier // up to the end
of the line.
The comment normally indicates the maximum length
of text which can be displayed on the screen.
Start Windows and the Visual C++ Workbench.
Select <Project> -> <Open> to open the language makefile
L:\proj\text\pj\d\makefile.
This is also the makefile for the master and foreground language
used for displaying all texts after the start of the OP 030.
Open the file L:\proj\text\pj\d\pj.txt. Alternatively, without starting
the Workbench, open the file using a standard DOS editor
Append the following text to the end of the file:
"T_PJ_HELLO
Start the text makefile with
<Project> -> <Build> TXT_PJ_D. Alternatively, initiate the
command "nmake" in the \proj\text\d catalog.
The compilation is successful if the following message appears in
the output window:
...
MAKEFILE - 0 error(s), 0 warning(s)"
Select <Project> -> <Open> to open the language makefile
L:\proj\text\g\makefile.
This is also the makefile for the background language, i.e. the
language to which a changeover can be made in the "System" user
area of the OP 030.
Open the file L:\proj\text\pj\g\pj.txt. Alternatively, open the file
using a standard DOS editor .
Append the following text to the end of the file:
"T_PJ_HELLO
SINUMERIK 840D/810D Configuring the OP 030 Operator Interface (FBO) – 09.01 Edition
"Hallo Welt"
// 20 characters"
"Hello World"
// 20 characters"
© Siemens AG, 2001. All rights reserved
09.01

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