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Benoit last won the day on December 21 2018

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    To many interest in to many field. Cannot write all of them down.

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  1. Amazing VI, but very slow. It takes many second to parse 2 Mb of Data. Is it possible to make that multiple processing in some way? I cannot find another encryption that will work with the input and output of those. Did you follow 100% the standard? Thanks Benoit
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    SHA-1, SHA-2 hash, HMAC and AES function

    I didn't found what is the details of the standard that is used. ECB or CBC I cannot find any other external tool that will correctly decrypt the information correctly. Benoit
  3. Benoit

    SHA-1, SHA-2 hash, HMAC and AES function

    Good job by the way. Benoit
  4. Benoit

    SHA-1, SHA-2 hash, HMAC and AES function

    Igor, your link is down. Benoit
  5. A simple solution for you would be to work with a copy of the project and then whatever you want except deleting... then no crash and you project original remain clean... by the way, project and library are only .xml files. Benoit
  6. You might have some VI that are not saved may be read only that reference a VI in that folder even this VI do not exist... The question is why those virtual folder are empty? what is the last action before? It is possible that you deleted library as well that where on those virtual folder.
  7. Benoit

    LabView Memory Full Error

    Are you sure it comes from that VI? As I understand this VI is called with different function on every call. the one that will be called the most will be "Log Data". So I strongly suggest to create a unit test with your VI called multiple time with this function to validate if the leak comes from there. But I am pretty sure not... What the rest of you project is doing? Other question... what is the file size generated? Benoit
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    moving circle in X-Y graph

    I'll say that you understand how to add a value to make it move, but for the rest, the architecture need to be revised. Look at the example i suggested you. Benoit
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    moving circle in X-Y graph

    Look at the LabVIEW example Dynamic Event Generation.vi And learn LabVIEW basic. I cannot give you all the answer to easily, where will be the fun to learn LabVIEW. Benoit
  10. Benoit

    moving circle in X-Y graph

    After the sin and cos, add or subtract a number of you choice. To make it live, use a event structure in a while loop. Benoit
  11. Hey guys, Can you take a look at this? The only work around I found is to dynamically open the connection with an external VI to make it fail so the second time it works. If anyone has an instrument that communicate trough TCP-IP with VI, please try on your side with LabVIEW 2018 and visa 18. https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/VISA-error-with-TCP-IP-BK-precision-2190E/m-p/3876316 Thanks
  12. I think the biggest mistake from NI was to not add 20 years experienced user into their development team. I believe they only put marketing people and some developer... but no real user. Benoit
  13. Python for me is a script language not a programming language. 😉 Benoit
  14. What about ODBC support? I have a huge project with a superb HAL implemented. I cannot see how I can migrate that to NXG. I feel like having 20 years of my career but on the garbage with NXG. This is not happening with other text language where stuff change, but do not receive a huge refactoring. I guess this is what happens with proprietary language. you use what they offer, not what people really needs. The only good thing for now if the Unicode support. Benoit
  15. Thanks, I'm not a specialist on MIPI. Those information are very useful. Benoit

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