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Oliver Barrett

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  1. Hello Mark, I found my Railroad Interlocking Controller file in the same General category as before, thanks for replying. Best regards, Oliver
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    Copyright © 2009, Oliver Barrett All rights reserved. Author: Oliver Barrett --see readme file for contact information www.linkedin.com/in/orbarrett Description: THE APPLICATION CONTROLS A SIMULATED RAILROAD INTERLOCKING CONSISTING OF PASSENGER STATION TRACKS, A GRADE CROSSING BETWEEN TWO RAILROADS AND A RAILROAD SWING BRIDGE. All switches and track signals are controlled for the purpose of safely lining one train movement through interlocking at a time. Simulated occupancy of each track section by a train movement is displayed. Interlocking operator can select the following function
  3. Name: Railroad Interlocking Controller Submitter: LAVA 1.0 Content Submitted: 04 Jul 2009 Category: General LabVIEW Version: 8.6 Version: 1.0.0 License Type: GNU Public Potentially make this available on the VI Package Network?: Undecided Copyright © 2009, Oliver Barrett All rights reserved. Author: Oliver Barrett --see readme file for contact information www.linkedin.com/in/orbarrett Description: THE APPLICATION CONTROLS A SIMULATED RAILROAD INTERLOCKING CONSISTING OF PASSENGER STATION TRACKS, A GRADE CROSSING BETWEEN TWO RAILROADS AND A RAILROAD SWING BRIDGE. All switches and
  4. Hello Michael et. al., Much appreciate your hard work, especially all your data recovery efforts. I gather that restoration of the code repository contents is still ongoing (I'm particularly interested in the General category)? Thanks again! Oliver Barrett
  5. Hello all, Thank you for the the replies. I'm actually storing a composite binary code to store the signal states in a functional global already, which helps. I thought of using the phantom cluster approach, but I expect that the cluster border (even if transparent) would have to be expanded to cover a large area of the front panel where my indicators are placed. Since I actually have three groups of indicators that cover different functional purposes, their cluster boundaries would have to overlap, don't know whether that would be an issue. I'll think about this approach further though.
  6. Hello all: This is my first forum post. I have a large number of Boolean indicators on the front panel of my application that simulates railroad movements and signalling on a track diagram. I want to have these indicators contained within an array so that I can write Boolean state info to each indicator without a lot of block diagram wiring, but don't know how to do this when the indicators are dispersed at various locations around the front panel (vs. adding an indicator to a rectangular array "container" in the usual way when the front panel objects are built). I would much appreciate a
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