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  1. I agree, a wrapper is necessary. But you can write that wrapper with LabVIEW! Here is how it works in general: Write a VI to be called back. Create a build specification as a DLL, containing that VI, and build it. Load the DLL from your application via kernel32.dll/LoadLibraryA(). Get the address of your callback VI within the DLL via kernel32.dll/GetProcAddress(). Pass that address to the function wanting a callback. when finished, unload the DLL via kernel32.dll/FreeLibrary(). Please note, the loaded DLL runs in a separate application instance. So you can not communicate via queues or event
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