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  1. Hello LAVA! Long time lurker, first time poster. I had posted this question on the NI LabVIEW forum, but I would like to hear from you all as well. I have an array of lvclasses inside an lvlib, as shown in the attachments below. I'm looking to get the reference (path) to the individual lvclass I need dynamically, at run time. This lvlib is not inside the EXE. The goal is to be able to modifiy or add classes to this lvlib without having to change the rest of my code, or rebuild the EXE. Particularly, the code snippet that loads the lvclass will be from a built EXE. How do I dynamically call these lvclasses inside that lvlib?
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