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lmontoya

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  1. Hi folks I'm working in an application than involve some interactive events between some inputs-outputs-inputs. This Matrix will be used to show/modify the value or setting between two points. basically something as the graphical used by NI Switch Executive. I just starting using common graph and their "Cursors", I will continue in that way to see if I can do what I need. the basic working for this "MATRIX" will be: 1.- modify scales for X and Y to any number of Inputs/outputs (programmatically) 2.- show the connection between any X and Y 3.- show the value for and XY connection, and able to modify that value (and generate an "EVENT", so I can do something). I'm pretty sure many of you saw or know about NI SW Executive, that is the first Idea, interact with matrix in graphical mode (see attached .jpg file). thank you guys (and Girls). LM
  2. here you go.. Please rename zxing.txt to zxing.dll you going to need file "AForge.NET Framework-2.2.5.exe" from http://www.aforgenet.com/aforge/framework/ 1.- Change zxing extension to .dll 2.- Install AForge.NET Framework-2.2.5.exe 3.- open ReadSerialAForge-Sample.vi event.vi ReadSerialAForge-Sample.vi zxing.txt zxing.net Read Barcode.vi
  3. Hello Phillip. I'm trying to use your code with a Matrix Code. 1.- I'm taking the picture from a USB WEB cam with very good quality, but I'm getting the Image as "Image Data Type", how can I covert that to System.Drawing.Bitmap? 2.- I tried saving the image to a file (jpg or bmp), but still no data out.. http://forums.ni.com/ni/attachments/ni/170/803110/1/2D%20Code.jpg I added a jpg of my picture Thank you guys...
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  5. I have an application and I need to Flash the 64k memory from a .hex file o any body has an Idea? the Hardware is OK now and I can put the correct signals to the auxiliary pins. the terminal 32 and 33 are Tx and Rx for serial and I have access too. Thank you
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