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  1. For a Door Prize, I have a LiftMaster MyQ Smart Garage Hub, donated from the Chamberlain Group
  2. I have found to me using the separated messaging work quite well and keep everything organized. in many cases if I have all the data kept int he actor i just use the private data what do you find cumbersome from the split send/receive messages?
  3. I have not tried this yet, but it is something I will check out as son as I have a couple minutes
  4. Thnaks for doing this, It is helping me to understand more of how the classes work..
  5. okay looking at some other examples. I found this one: if I understand it correctly. ATM ATM.lvclass has the ATM.CTL. int he ATM.ctl there is the information for multip[le Account PWs, Names and amounts. and when a function ( deposit or withdrawl) is made the ATM object is updated allowing it to reflect the change but for each change the Object ( in this case the Atm.ctl) still needs to be sent throug a shift register to track correctly with every subsequent change. I think I have a better grasp now and may try to write something simple based off of the ATM Class model example posted.
  6. Oh I agree, even though it is advanced, I have some understanding of how it executes. but starting small is the best way to approach it
  7. I have been wanting to learn this for the last couple of years but unfortunately everytime I have tried to start reading and learning, I always get a new project with a short timeline that does not allow for me to experiment. Well, I have finally decided that noew is the time to do this, while I have a couple busy projects I have been able to find some extra time during the day to start learning. I have already watched this webinar: http://zone.ni.com/wv/app/doc/p/id/wv-1766 I have started to look at the Actor Framework (https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-17193), which might be a good design platform for me to ultimately learn and use, BUT I am open to any other suggestions on what to read and look at to get a better understanding of OO. Thanks Jeff
  8. I don't post on here as much as I should. BUT my CLD was expiring on Oct 26th so I scheduled to take the CLA on the 24th (talk about cutting it close) Anyway, I took the exam, proctored by my NI rep. After the Exam he asked what I thought about it. I said I am pretty sure I did not pass, but I wanted to find out where I bombed. I thought an extra 30-45 minutes would help to get everything done. So I kept checking my Mail stop at work looking for that letter stating I did not pass and where I made mistakes Fast forward to tonight, I am relaxing checking my emails at home and see an email from certification@ni.com, I thought oh great there is my failure letter but to my surprise.. I PASSED!!!!! Wahooooo!!! I received the same review one of the other members here got: Style: 10/10 Documentation: 15/20 (Architecture/modules not documented adequately for developer to implement/complete functionality.) Req Coverage: 26/30 (Percentage of requirements covered = 85%.) Arch Development: 30/40 (Comments had 4 different "xxx module not designed.") I am Officially a CLA Now to convince work to send me to the Summit
  9. Thanks guys.. that was sort of what I was thinking. I will see what i can make work
  10. I was not sure where this question would go so i thought the general forum was a good place to start I have a LabVIEW app running on a WinXp Touch screen, What I would like to do is have the app look for an update (which would be in a specified directory) If it sees there is a new app avail, What would be the best way to exit the current App, copy the new one in its place and relaunch. The app would require that the end user selects to update ( the update would not be forced) once selected. I am thinking that I would have to launch a second app to copy the main app, close the main app, copy the updated version then launch the new updated app. What is the best way to approach this?
  11. WOW!! cool stuff.. I need to actually find time to play with my Mindstorms my wife got me for Christmas, my 5 yr old keep buggin me too
  12. I am working on creating a Datalogger fro one of our machines. The Datalogger with be a cRIO (9012) what I would like is to be able to capture the data to a file. The File will have either a MAX Size or MAX # of records, when it hits that max I want to be able to shift data, like FIFO I guess, where the first record of data will get deleted making room to the next piece. The other piece of this will be to access the fiel VIA a browser and do a (save as) or such so a user can copy the current file to their desktop. but the first piece is the deleteing records. Not sure if this can be done. Thoughts?
  13. QUOTE(eaolson @ Sep 20 2007, 10:11 AM) Hmm that might work, I will need to try it, I am using a timeout Event but can do this within it.. But this leads me to my next question in an event structure you have 'Mouse Down' and 'Mouse Down?' so if a button is pressed which event happens first?
  14. I am working on a UI that has a Boolean and a numeric, when the boolean is pressed and release the numeric increments. if the Boolean is held for more then 5 secs the numeric resets to 0. I have it working in windows by using an event structure with a mouse down to start a timer and mouse up to increment or reset the numeric depending on the timer value. it works great. BUT, now they want the numeric to go to 0 before the mouse release and still after the 5 secs.. any thoughts as to how to do this? Next part of this is I need the same function on a windows CE touchpanel, but in 8.2.1 CE does not support mouse down. anythoughts for that? THANKS
  15. Thanks guys,, I will have to get a hold of the App from the VB guy here and try it. I also have not compiled LabVIEW into a DLL yet, but I might get the chance now! I will update here wonce I try everything out
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