Labview forums

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by KL7AJ, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. KL7AJ

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    Hi everyone:

    I don't know how many folks on here play around with Labview. I've been a Labview developer since we were running the thing on Windows 3.1! It's still one of the best control and data acquisition programs around. You can download an evaluation version from National Instruments for 30 days. It's well worth the time.

    I've done a LOT of development work with Labview...most of our remote data acquistion with the UCLA plasma physics department relied on it. I'd be glad to give anyone a hand.

    The labview discussion forums are here: http://forums.ni.com/ni/board?board.id=170

    Again...if you've never seen Labview in action...it opens up whole new worlds of programming.

    eric
     
  2. studiot

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    Good, but expensive if the government isn't paying the bill.
     
  3. KL7AJ

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    That's why I just keep re-downloading my eval version. :) I've applied to be a beta tester on the next release, so we'll see what happens. :)
     
  4. cnguyen

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    Hi,
    Can you please show me how to transfer it to Labview program? This is a piece of code how to convert a decimal number to binary number ( 8 LEDs will active on and off for "1" and "0". Thanks for your help. Here you go!

    If Number > 255 Then
    Message " not convertable"
    Exit
    end if

    If Number < = 255 And Number > 127 Then
    turn on = "LED 1 on"
    Number = Number - 128
    Else
    turn on = "LED 1 off"
    End if.
     
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