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  1. I currently have a project that I am refactoring. There is a lot of coupling that is not sitting well with me due to typedefs belonging to a class, then getting bundled into another class which is then fired off as event data. Effectively, I have class A with a public typedef, then class B contains ClassA.typedef and then class B gets fired off in an event to class C to be handled. Class C now has a dependency on class A which is causing a lot of coupling I don't want. For my real world example I query a bunch of data from our MES, which results in a bunch of typedef controls on the
  2. I have an array of classes, let's call the object TestPass, of size 1 (but it is an array because it can scale out to multiple test passes). In this class, there is one other nested class which is not too complex, then various numeric and string fields to hold some private data. There is also an array of clusters. In this cluster there is a string, two XY pair clusters, and an integer. Not very confusing. This array of clusters gets fairly large, however, upwards of 80-100k elements. What I am finding is when I index the array of pass classes it is crazy slow. On the order of 30 ms. Doesn
  3. Hi Everyone, This is my first post and am just beginning to learn OOP so please bear with me. I was curious on whether when you use a DVR to encapsulate a class i.e. force an initialization to occur before other methods, and then close the reference to that DVR. Is the class removed from memory completely or is it just the reference that is cleared. Thanks!
  4. I am working on some labview code that I really want to use OOP. I have some classes, ie, motor, relay, potentiometer, etc that I am using and wanted to incorporate in a state machine. I wonder if there are some good examples of this? I found a thread on here discussing it http://lavag.org/topic/13064-object-based-state-machine-pattern/ , but I am not clear if it answers my question. 1. When I try to wire a class into a state machine (while loop with a case structure), I always get a broken wire in the while loop. It says the wire type is different? Am I thinking of this incorrectly. I ha
  5. I have been seeing some weird behavior and was wondering if this is a known issue or if I have discovered something new. I have two projects that share several libraries and classes. One is a client application and one is a server. In order to test my code, I need to open both projects at the same time and run the main VIs. When I open the projects, the common libraries and classes are locked and I cannot edit them. So far, this appears to be normal. Where it gets strange is when I close one of the projects. If I have run the VIs to test something and then stopped them, closing the owni
  6. Hi Background: I'm diving into this "OOP" stuff right now. My background is NOT CS (Computer Science) but instead electronics and aerospace design. Diving into the deep end of the pool, I'm still in that happy ignorant state of "this is fun" right before I'm realizing I can't swim and that I might drown, or that I can probably stay afloat, but I'm not at all sure what direction I need to swim in to get to shore, or to get to friendly shores... you get the picture I'm sure. (That said, I'm very familiar with "standard" LabVIEW, including RT and FPGA, and have worked full time with LabVIEW for
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