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Help with PLC syntax required

Help with PLC syntax required

Help with PLC syntax required

Can anyone help with, or suggest a resource for, the syntax used in the following code lines, used with the Italian "Technit" PLC series:
1560 aspi 1.10, 0, 0, 9054
1570 muovi 2, maxind2, 4, 2, 2
1580 if (*22.20) != 0 goto 1650
1602 if 3 !! cx - 1 # 5 < (-400) goto 1607
1660 if movx >= 1 ## 0 goto 1715
It seems like a Basic variant, and I guess the "!=" means "not equals", but I'm struggling with the meanings of "!!", "#", and "##", and the number of parameters following some operators.

Help with Italian commands like "aspi", "muovi", "aspo", would also be appreciated.

thanks - Mark


RE: Help with PLC syntax required

My berlitz Italian dictionary says:

aspi -- reels
muovi -- you move
aspo -- reel

Some of the major plc groups have Italian counterparts that will look at your code for you. It may be option.


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