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  1. How do I instantiate every child so that I can call supported modules in each child to then determine which child to instantiate? In addition, how do I only call children that I am their parent? I have stumbled upon a difficult problem. I am writing a HAL where the parent is the type of instrument (for example, power supply) and the child contains the specific code for a specific instrument. It also seemed to make sense that the child also contained the code specifying which specific instruments it supports. Does it make sense to try to instantiate every child object so that I can call su
  2. Hi all, first post and I hope nobody minds that it's quite long. I've finally started to move into LVOOP and I'd really appreciate some help on the first example program I've designed. It's based on the Command/Factory pattern posted by Elijay_K on NI (I've even unashamedly adopted his color schemes for the loops!). I'm a bit wary that my questions will be too basic for this forum, but anyway, here goes... First, a quick description of the application I work with (see 'application.gif'): it's a digital voltage regulator which can be accessed by two interfaces, an I2C PMBus interface and a SV
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