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  1. lEver wanted to communicate with VI which are across context boundaries? Those typical boundaries, are different LabVIEW project LabVIEW into LabVIEW EXE, EXE to EXE PC to PC across a network or even the internet Usually to get around these boundaries, we have to flatten to some easier transport mechanism like a string and then unflatten on the other end. There are a whole other host of situations and and reasons why cross context boundary communication is useful and not just a simple slam dunk using existing primitives in LabVIEW REx (Remote Export Framework) is a usefu
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