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  2. Please expand upon your statements. What aspects of LabVIEW programming do you find complimentary to writing a book and how has this forum helped you (aside from the free advertising)?

    Hi,

    I was thinking, how to measure the Level of Evolution using LabVIEW?

    This guys from Microsoft CLOSED my hotmail account(adferent@hotmail.com)!

    I received this messages:

    Account Closed. Access Denied.

    Do you know what to do?

  3. I was thinking to write a LabVIEW program where to show how "I AM CREATING GOD".

    Anyway I think LabVIEW is the best for such a project.

    I didn't work with games, I don't know that field.

  4. Thank you for the answer.

    I have this problem:

    I'm reading for example messages( each message has 8 words), first word has the label FF, the rest label 8.

    When I'm reading a new message the FIRST word with label FF is from the last message and the words with the label 8 are from the new message; only the third message is correct, the new word with the label FF and the new words with the label 8 are from the new message.

    Calling the DLL:

    Input parameters: handle, channel=0, num_data_words=number of 32-bit words to read

    Output parameters: msgptr=data returned; overwritten: old data overwritten by new data.

    The msgptr is an array of 16-bit words, and from 5 X 16-bit words I'll have 1 num_data_word(32-bit); that's why they did x5.

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  5. Cannot view your code because I don't have 7.1. If you post the DLL  function call someone may be able to suggest more relevant information. I don't think in general there' any issues with calling a DLL function within a loop, provided your inputs and outputs are setup correctly.

    Otherwise with DLL's you must (usually) preallocate your array before passing it to the DLL (if it takes an array as input). Use the array initialisation tool for this (see attached).

    If the DLL returns a single value then use a replace array element after the call and a shift register the store the array (see attached).

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    Thank you for the answer.

    I have this problem:

    I'm reading for example messages( each message has 8 words), first word has the label FF, the rest label 8.

    When I'm reading a new message the FIRST word with label FF is from the last message and the words with the label 8 are from the new message; only the third message is correct, the new word with the label FF and the new words with the label 8 are from the new message.

    Calling the DLL:

    Input parameters: handle, channel=0, num_data_words=number of 32-bit words to read

    Output parameters: msgptr=data returned; overwritten: old data overwritten by new data.

    The msgptr is an array of 16-bit words, and from 5 X 16-bit words I'll have 1 num_data_word(32-bit); that's why they did x5.

    post-1855-1111497538.jpg?width=400

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