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  1. This is my first post on LAVA although I have been using LabVIEW for five years. I thought LVOOP in LAVA is the best place to ask this question so I am doing. I have been considering the Models of Computations (MoC) in LabVIEW, it is based on actor oriented design that is utilizing data-flow programming MoC and bla bla... But I couldn't answer myself why Object Oriented programming paradigm was required in an Actor oriented based design. Either we have a relation with OOP based languages that's why pushing OOP into LabVIEW or LabVIEW is not actually based on actor oriented programming paradigm or actually I don't understand it If LabVIEW is based on actor oriented design then shouldn't we exploit actor oriented design principles? OBS! Remember this post is not related to Actor Oriented Design Pattern available in LV 2012. regards, Imran Certified LabVIEW Developer
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