Transforms
Contains different types of nodes for converting data types into other data types

Service Pack Downloads

Service Packs are platform specific builds of a Service. Some Services are built specifically for certain hardware (like the Raspberry Pi GPIO service), however, for most types, we have a Service Pack available for all platforms.
Simply download the Service Pack for the platform that you have available to host it and add it using NodeCode Studio.
Linux
The Raspberry Pi service pack containing the Transform service
Windows
The Windows service pack containing the Transform service.

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Service Properties

No service level properties


Nodes

Converts an empty signal into a bool signal with the value set as the node property.

This node outputs the last set true or false value when an empty signal is received.

Converts a boolean signal into an empty signal.

Converts an empty signal into a text signal with the value set as the node property.

Converts an empty signal into a text signal with the value last sent to the Set input.

Converts a text signal into an empty signal.

Converts an empty signal into a number signal with the value set as the node property.

Converts an empty signal into a numeric signal with the value last sent to the Set input.

Converts a numeric signal into an empty signal.

Converts a number into a byte. 0 - 255 are converted into 0-255 with anything lower set to 0 and anything higher set to 255.

Converts a bignumber into a datetime type.

Converts a numeric value to a bool. 0 will output a false and 1 or greater will output a true.

Performs a straight conversion from a byte to a number without data loss.

Performs a straight conversion from a datetime into a number without data loss.

Performs a boolean (0 or 1) conversion to a number.

Converts a decimal into a number. The decimal will lose any data beyond the decimal point.

Converts a number into a decimal datatype with no data loss

Converts a datetime datatype into human readable datetime of format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss

Attempts to convert text string into a datetime format (yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss). The output of a datetime string that failed to parse will be less than 0 when converted to a number.

Converts a number into a big number. No data will be lost in this conversion

Converts a number into a big number. It the input number is larger than 32bits ( around -2.1 - 2.1 billion) then the there will be data loss.

Converts a big number signal into an emtpy signal

Converts a big number signal into an emtpy signal

Transforms input numerical characters into a number representation.

Transforms input numerical characters into a bignumber representation.

Transforms input numerical characters into a byte representation.

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