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    LabVIEW 2015
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    2013
  1. I have a list of circuit board input and output pins that I'm representing as 1D array of clusters with the following info: [Unique Identifier, Contact Description, Group, Top/Bottom of Board] Example: Example Data It seems to me like this would be a good case to use a Graph data structure. I've done the NI OOP training and am decently able to make my own, more simple classes. However, I really don't know how to use the Graph.lvclasses. This gives me the following questions: Is there a way other than a graph that's better for storing this data?
  2. I saw that, but in terms of Mysql, what qualifies as a "small interaction?" The fact that it takes 10->20x longer for "large interactions" worries me.
  3. Background: I've been using LabVIEW for a few years for automation testing tasks and until recently have been saving my data to "[DescriptorA]\[DescriptorB]\[test_info].csv" files. A few months ago, a friend turned me on to the concept of relational databases, I've been really impressed by their response times and am reworking my code and following the examples with the Database Connectivity Toolkit (DCT) to use "[test_info].mdb" with my provider being a Microsoft jet oldb database. However, I'm beginning to see the limitations of the DCT namely: No support for auto-incrementin
  4. From what I understand, .net would be as equally cross-platform as making a library. My question is a general "Is there any reason not to use .net for things?" as opposed to it being specific to this library. (I'll edit the question to make that more clear)
  5. Edit: I'm asking primarily if there is a reason why/when I should/shouldn't use .net functions in my LabVIEW development. The example below is just to demonstrate a case of my question. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I recently found a custom library that calculates SHA256 hash algorithms However, in this post I see that the same thing can be done with .net My main question is: Is there any reason to build or use a custom library for something
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