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  1. [cross posted to forums.ni.com] Greetings LVOOP masters. I realise this is not a simple question but I would really appreciate your opinion please. I'm trying to make some data handling improvements to a test sequencer application that I've written. User defined tables determine how much data is acquired. Long tests can easily generate 100's of MB's of data. Collecting, analyzing, reporting and saving that data tends to create copies and we can easily run out of memory. It's currently written without any LVOOP methodology but that is about to change. I'm new to OOP but have been readin
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