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petehorn

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    2003
  1. Hi everyone, I had this (possibly hairbrained and madcap ) idea a few weeks back - and have been trying to figure out a solution to it since. I've been playing around with LV OOP a lot recently and thought it would be really cool if I never had to make an FGV again. I'm not sure if someone has done this in the past but I thought I would give it a go. My thought was that I could create a heirachy of LV classes for different data types and then when I need a new FGV, just create a sub-class off one of the data type classes to build a new FGV. I've now got this working for standard data types
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