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About guentermueller

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  1. Nice work, Bean. Can I use this code in a commercial application? I see a copyright note in the VI Documentation. Is the code covered by a specific license?
  2. Running the VI 5 times (I am always referring to the VI in the mode when it produces an array of strings) just uses a good amount of memory that you will not get back - but just can reuse by further calls to these reentrant instances. So you cannot run another 5 instances of this VI in LabVIEW 32-bit - or do any other very memory consuming task that would have fit into memory before executing these reentrant VIs. Oops! I am glad to hear that Mr Mike has announced a check of this behaviour and provided a CAR.
  3. I cannot agree: The VI posted here (memoryusage_reference.VI) is a reentrant VI that you can easily use to fill the memory in use by LabVIEW - even placing a Request Deallocation in its BD does not help if this VI produces an array of strings. With a 32-bit LabVIEW, you quite quickly get the famous "Not enough memory to complete this operation" message. Sole reason: Request Deallocation rejected to properly clean up. Although the documentation promises to do so. To my opinon, this is a bug in LabVIEW and as I take from this thread, it is still living in LabVIEW 2013. I feel encouraged to
  4. One Event Structure per VI is the usual practice in all the code my colleagues and me produce. There might be some VIs in our code that would break if LabVIEW came with that behaviour change.
  5. I did a manual download and did not experience the crash. It seems that Muds just has a bad day ...
  6. Especially when considering that you get 277 pages of paper for the money. I do not know anyone who has read it, but I would expect topnotch information for that price.
  7. I would use this approach. It is fast and reliable.
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