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  1. As long as there will be any kind of support and it will run on my machine and executables will be buildable with it and runtime engines will run properly, it will be my primary application/tool builder environment. The ability to qickly throw together GUI intensive (and not so intensive) specialized applications is still unmatched for me (though I admit I haven't looked into recent tools). The intuitive parallellism is also good, but to be honest there were only a few occasions where I did actually need it (control with DAQ). Okay, my career is not based on Labview at all.
  2. Thank you! I don't have experience with python and I'm stuck at point 3. I have Anaconda, I run the windows command prompt and started python (I see the >>>), I navigated to the plylabview folder (os.chdir), I think I have pillow (typed pip3 install to anaconda promt and it said something about I arelady have it), but no matter how I try to type in .\readRSRC.py -x -i ./2, I get inalid systax errors. Tried .\readRSRC.py -x -i ./2 in the anaconda promt too.
  3. Hi, How can you do this (LV 2015)? I have lost some VIs I haven't touched for years so I don't really need their block diagrams. Thanks in advance!
  4. Is it still an issue or have you solved it? It's not entirely clear that the error is random, or occurs "reliably" after the 3x45 hours. How is your time sampled? Is it possible that the hardware clock and software clock not being perfectly synchonized causes the problem? Is there any middle data processing bewteen DAQ and voltage checking? The 0.0000 is in the middle of a DAQ read chuck or at the begining/end? Or maybe a whole chunk, so for some reason the buffer is not ready when you read it? Sorry, I'm no expert in NI DAQ, for little quircks like this (and it
  5. If you are a student, I'm pretty sure there are boring tasks that can be automated. Something that's special so you are not likely to find existing tools. But since you are a student, simply reinventing something, cloning a board game you like (I make minesweeper in pretty much any programming languages I work with), remaking msPaint is not a "stupid" decision as it would be as a pro. For example for work, I did a picture manager program. Pictures can drag+drop sorted, comments can be assigned, picture entries can be colored (for marking purposes), images can be cropped with arbitrar
  6. I just couldn't resist. Not optimized in any way, but I guess for data that has to be visualized, this is not a problem.
  7. Yup, that's pretty messy. One mistake: you don't have auto indexing on the input but do have on the output of the outer loop. Or the code is that messy I misunderstood. I would use auto indexing, and have a bool flag (shift register) inside the outer loop. Init it to false and set it to true if the cell is not emply (otherwise don't change it's value). Then fill the cell with "0%" if it's empty AND the flag is true.
  8. Hi, What I would like to see (sorry it I missed that and there is a workaround) is to be able to load only data that is relevant for displaying. I don't know how do explain properly, like google maps, for example. Given the width of the graph in pixels, the min and max time value the graph would display only what is relevant (min and max value of the data at a given pixel and only in the given timerange). And of course this should be quite fast, running in the background I will look into the functions in the toolkit, thanks for posting!
  9. I'm sure other's have more general solutions, and I thought open-sourcing is not just tossing the code into the wild. Programming is not my main task, so maintaining an open-source project is out of question. Once I shared a project for fun (okay, it was only a fun game projecjt) and I got zero feedback. Maybe I can post in the code-in-development section though. But I can tell you the code for all my projects is very messy. As programming is only a tolerated activity of my job, all my projects are rapidly prototyped stuff.
  10. I could, if anyone is really interested. And I know my comment was OFF, but many comments were similar (story telling with no actual use for the OP), sorry.
  11. We also went for home-grown test controllers and sequence editors as the task for us was too simple and specific for the Test Stand mammoth, and all members of our test team has to create and run their own sequences (no dedicated sequence coder person). Coding a sequence controller for our certain controllers (NI cDAQ +0-10V AOs and DOs, native Labview support) and for our preferred measuring aplifiers (HBM QuantumX, pretty good Labview support) was only a matter of days with Labview. Coding a simple sequence editor was also a matter of days. Sure, it was a bit tedious to use at the beginnin
  12. Hmm, it looks totally different on my system. Nevermind, the disabled structures have to be removed (I don't know why they are there)
  13. It's not entirely clear what you are trying to do, but I don't see anything in the code that makes sure that the Y coordinates of the two sub-groups are different. I mean the ActualXxxxx bars are simply obscured by the other stack. When bulding the ActualXxxxx stack, add some offset to the i iterator inside the last loop to offset Y a bit. You have to fiddle around the other stack too probably, it will by quite tricky to fine-tune the properties to get the graph you want, but should be doable if the number of stacks and the size of the graph is fixed. I think... For these types
  14. Hi all! This is a small miesweeper clone, a game that I implemented in every major languages I programmed in. The code is not pretty I only had a day to make it, the game itself is a bit slow and I didn't optimize it (not sure if it's the logic, or that a huge table control is being formatted cell-by-cell), but I thought I share it anyway. The window setup may be a bit strange but this is actually just a dialog in a bigger project, an easter egg. All controls of the original Windows Minesweeper are implemented, flags and auto-explore (simulaneous left+right click on a discover
  15. Are you sure there's no race condition of some sort? Calling this VI parallel with another instance of it? Though it would mean that you set it reentrant and I think it would throw file permission errors, but at first glance I don't see other problems. Another idea is that your wiring is wrong but fooling you: you have a junction of file_handle and error before the case structure, and the close VI is not after the case but parallel (sometimes before).
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