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Bryan

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  1. I think it would be beneficial to have case structures able to select a case based on matching of a regular expression when a string is wired to the switching terminal. Right now, they can accept ranges of values for one case... i.e. "a...c" will accept any character from a-b. It would be neat to be able to type in something like "foo*, *bar" and have it accept things like "foo, foobar, foo bar, lowbar, low bar" etc.
  2. When you created test executives in "pure G" do you mean you wrote your own scripting language and develop a LabVIEW interpreter? Isn't G = LabVIEW, or is G a text-based version of LabVIEW. I've heard people say "G programming " and "LabVIEW programming". Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't it the same thing? Also, what I did with TCL and LabVIEW through tcp/ip is use the Tcl "Socket" commands found in the Tcl manual. Either in LabVIEW or Tcl, I created a kind of "server" that listens for and acquires connections. I set Tcl up as the "server" and wrote a "client" in LabVIEW. When LabVIE
  3. Nevermind, I decided on an alternative method.
  4. Does anybody know if there is a way to select a case using regular expressions instead of exact strings or ranges? What I want to be able to do is the following: Say I have some strings like this: "FOO BAR" "FOO POST" "HELLO WORLD" "HELLO USA" What I want to do is have a case structure with 2 cases... "FOO" and "HELLO". If I wire any of the above strings to the case, I want it to select the case that matches the string segment before the whitespace, regardless of what's after the whitespace. Now the kicker... I would like to do it without using "Match Pattern" or any other extra VIs
  5. Thank you for posting that link. That looks like it might be just what I'm looking for. I'm going to read up on it to make sure. Thanks!
  6. I know that Test Stand supports Tcl scripts, but I have a need for using the capabilities of Tcl with LabVIEW. For example, for a test system I am currently working on, I would like to control the entire application with LabVIEW, use Tcl for script-driven control and monitoring of NI PXI DAQ. It would be nice to have a Tcl Interpreter library for LabVIEW, just like how there is a MatLAB, Hi-Q and even the formula node.
  7. Hello Gentlemen! I just joined the board yesterday. Nice place you have here! I've been programming in LabVIEW since I graduated college in 1999 and have worked with LabVIEW from 5.1 -> 7 Express (Soon to upgrade to 7.1). My overall fort
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