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    2000
  1. OP-Amps require Power to work. I think DC-DC converter is your best Bet. Try http://www.murata-ps.com
  2. I came across an interesting lecture series. This lecture is a 10 part video on youtube and happens to be the last lecture of Randy Pausch, who has terminal Pancreatic Cancer. In short, "truly inspirational" and have not seen something like this in long time now. The link below is to 1st part, But you can find the rest by clicking on incidental links on Youtube site http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HqdnjgkExY Furthur exploring, discovered ALICE about whom Randy talks about in the lecture. You think LabVIEW should tie up with ALICE to become a fore-runner for teaching programming to Students?
  3. QUOTE(Val Brown @ Oct 18 2007, 05:12 PM) IE was not truly bundled until ver 3.0 and as an after thought on Win 95. In fact the original Retail Windows 95 did not contain IE!!. Only a few OEM versions did. You could buy IE as an addon as part of Windows 95 Plus Pack. People were using Compuserve, AOL and Prodigy. Netscape Came along and changed the whole concept. But you had to pay $40.00. Then IE introduced 3.0 and soon 4.0 making it available as free download. They later went and bundled it with Windows 97 which was never released but started a firestorm we all know about. It was released
  4. QUOTE(Val Brown @ Oct 16 2007, 05:56 PM) The thing about "free" is it works. If you want to become mainstream, that is the fastest and sure way to do it. The issue is "If you want to become mainstream". Here are few classic cases of how free has proven itself. 1. IE Vs Netscape (IE is the most used Browser today) 2. Firefox Vs IE ( Firefox has mad great inroads against IE) 3. Microchip Vs Motorola - Among other factors, Microchip makes their IDE available free and Compiler is also free albeit without any optimization. You pay $500 for that. But for students, startups and hobbyists, it
  5. QUOTE(rolfk @ Sep 22 2007, 09:53 AM) In fact one of my last assignments has been to take over multiple projects whch are done (not wired or coded) anti-principles. You name it. Case inside a sequence inside a case inside a sequence. Local Variables, Globals, Not Auto indexing, using While loops instead of for loops etc. Can't post the code as it multiple screens in Height and width. Another thing that puzzled me ia lot is varibale names. It can drive you crazy. PressurePSI is actually holding PressurekPA in some places. The biggest challenge was that there are more than 30 loops in the
  6. QUOTE(george seifert @ Sep 21 2007, 09:22 AM) Or if you do not want to spend the money try http://camstudio.org/ Its Open Source. Mache
  7. Here is an example of a Time Stamped Chart in an Application which is put on intranet/internet using the Web Publish tool from the menu. Download File:post-1417-1107377568.vi To see the bug do the following. 1. Make sure Web server is active on known open port. 2. Ensure that you have saved the Htm file for the vi. 3. Run the Vi and let it run for 10 minutes or so. 4. Connect from another computer or even the same computer using remote panel URL in the browser You will see that the time stamps on the chart on server does not match the Browser time Stamps. Reported this to NI with ack
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