Pulse by

The block analyzes the text at the T input using user-defined search criteria.

Up to four character strings can be defined as search patterns. Wildcards can be used as placeholders.

If the text contains one of the search patterns, output Q provides a pulse with the set length.

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Inputs

Abbreviation Summary Description
T Text This text searches for the search pattern.




Outputs

Abbreviation Summary Description
Q Pulse Output A pulse is output here when the defined search pattern is recognized in the input text.




Parameters

Abbreviation Summary Description Unit Value Range Default Value
Pd Pulse Duration The duration of the pulse at the Q output. s 0...∞ 1




Properties

Summary Description Default Value
Search Pattern 1 If the search pattern is included in the text at input T, a pulse is generated at output Q. The two wildcards '*' and '?' can be used ('*' = sequence of any characters of any length, '?' = any character). Example: '???nder*' applies to 'grinder', but also to 'thunderstorm' -
Search Pattern 2 If the search pattern is included in the text at input T, a pulse is generated at output Q. The two wildcards '*' and '?' can be used ('*' = sequence of any characters of any length, '?' = any character). Example: '???nder*' applies to 'grinder', but also to 'thunderstorm' -
Search Pattern 3 If the search pattern is included in the text at input T, a pulse is generated at output Q. The two wildcards '*' and '?' can be used ('*' = sequence of any characters of any length, '?' = any character). Example: '???nder*' applies to 'grinder', but also to 'thunderstorm' -
Search Pattern 4 If the search pattern is included in the text at input T, a pulse is generated at output Q. The two wildcards '*' and '?' can be used ('*' = sequence of any characters of any length, '?' = any character). Example: '???nder*' applies to 'grinder', but also to 'thunderstorm' -