Display TEXT from output number

Hello,

This is my first post here as I’m new to Blynk/Github and also new to programming so please understand the newbie questions:

I have little program that will output number 7, 11 or 15 (depend on source).
Currently the Serial Monitor on my computer can display TEXT like FLOAT or BOOT or EQUALIZATION but not on my Blynk App.

How to display a TEXT on Blynk App? 
    If the output is 7 then Bylink app will show FLOAT

    If the output is 11 then Bylink app will show BOOST

    If the output is 15 then Bylink app will show EQUALIZATION

Here is the code:

void AddressRegistry_3201() {
result = node.readInputRegisters(0x3201, 2);
if (result == node.ku8MBSuccess)
{
ChargingStatus = node.getResponseBuffer(0x00) / 1.0f;

Blynk.virtualWrite(vPIN_BATT_CHARGING_STATUS, ChargingStatus);
if (ChargingStatus == 7) {
Serial.print("Charging Status: ");
Serial.println("Float");
} else if (ChargingStatus == 11) {
Serial.print("Charging Status: ");
Serial.println("Boost");
} else if (ChargingStatus == 15) {
Serial.print("Charging Status: ");
Serial.println("Equalization");
}
} else {
rs485DataReceived = false;
}
}

Hi @key5000,

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As you’ll notice, your topic is now here in the Project Development Help and Advice board.

That said, it sounds like you’re looking for help with a specific project hosted on GitHub. While it’s definitely possible another GitHub user might have run into this same issue and can help, the GitHub Community Forum focuses primarily on topics related to GitHub itself or collaboration on project development and ideas. We want to make sure you’re getting the best support you can, but this forum may not be the right place for this particular topic. I’d recommend checking the project’s README for instructions on how to best get support; a lot of projects will have you submit issues to their repo or provide email addresses for contact. Alternatively, I did find a community specific to Blynk that you might want to check out. 

Best of luck!