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About kombela

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  1. According to my tests on AF this behavior is normal. AF is just not the fastest messaging framework that can be implemented in LabVIEW. It has two components that make is relatively slow: Uses priority queues. It makes sending atomic messages(messages with little or no data content) about 2 times slower. More on this: https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-24589 Uses dynamic dispatch. Once per message a dynamic dispatch VI is called. It has an overhead and it makes atomic messaging 3 - 8 times slower. Read more on this: https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-13709#comment-31559 Plea
  2. Hi, Just a simple suggestion: Try G# Framework. It gives you tools that help your life in object oriented programming, and also lets you create data-based or reference-based classes. It is a well thought out toolkit already offering what you need. You may just try it out. Personally I have used it's reference based classes and worked always well. Install it, create a reference based class(G#Template), create some property access VIs, try the different templates for creating methods... and dive into the VIs. You will see and understand how it works. (It uses DVRs to create reference based
  3. Thanks for the videos, it was very fast:)
  4. Nice to hear that you like the GOOP video.

    If you like to test our latest GDS beta version for LV2009 you can read about it here:



  5. Hi Mikael!

    Your GOOP videos are very useful! Thank You!

    Béla, Komoróczy

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