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  1. Hi everyone, It's all said in the title. I wanna run a .bat file with Labview, i have used the system exec Vi but it didn't work. However when i run the script directly, it works. Can u help me with this issue Attached, my code thanks in advance
  2. Our sequencer interprets an scxml-specification, and should construct a Virtual State Machine .. For this purpose, we launch for every Step and for every transition an actor. Every Step_actor gets an array of the enqueuerOfTransitions having this Step as source. Then, every Transition_actor gets an array of the enqueuerOfSteps, which can be activated by this Transition. Now to my question: when I call iteratively the 'Launch Nested Actor.vi', can I be sure that the created actors have the same order of call in the array of nested Actors (if not, is there any solution like Launch_Batch)?
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