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  1. Hi all, I'm a beginer, and I'm french, so sorry formy mystake in programing and in english. I have to use a python script into labview 2010. I use Vi Package Manager to instal Labpython find in OpenG source. It seems that I have a problem if initialisation of Labpython The example box of Labpython doesn't work has you can see on this Print Screen. Thank you for your futur reply. Thibault Menard
  2. I have some old code that has CIN calls from LabVIEW 7.0. When I open the code, it throws errors because the old code uses CIN; which is not supported by LV 2010. Here is my problem, the CIN calls are from an old hardware driver that is unavailable. (The developer is not responding and doesn't have the software online) I have the .lsp files that were used to create the nodes but I have no way of knowing (that I know) which lsp is being used in which CIN node. ON top of this, I am not even sure that the Call Library Function node will work with compiled LSP files. Does NI maybe have a good utility for porting these over? Thank you! - Michael
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