Failing that, what about ID 103 or 106? That's a sweet spot for LabVIEW and anyone can do it! But much of that is just bad code versus good code, and there is a LOT of poor LabVIEW code out there. And yes I have done C/C++ development before under both Windows and Linux so its nice to just make something work with minimal effort. check over here
mahalodotcom 10,322 views 2:56 How to speed up your slow computer - Fast startup - windows 7 - Duration: 2:15. That is where I have done virtually all of my programming for the last ten years. My computer really really slow Started by badril , Mar 27 2012 01:47 PM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 badril badril Members 3 posts OFFLINE However, if you have several "imperative" languages under your belt, then it becomes a lot harder to change your minds-eye picture of the program.
I have to resort to looking at examples, and when that fails, randomly attaching wires till it works. There is also LV2010 and LV 2009 installed on the machines and that works fine. No wires, nice programming environment, sequential programming gets put behind the objects.
I could prattle on for a lot longer but I'll conclude with a few "Pros" and "Cons". But Labview goes against everything you learned in your programming classes. Not all registry cleaners are created equal. why I hate, despise, detest, and loatheLabView Inability to write descriptive comments!
TAP-Win32 Adapter V8 (coLinux) - Packet Scheduler Miniport0x4 ...00 11 67 c1 1f c3 ...... Its impossible to debug and figure out where problems lie. I simply despise this program, long live C/C++. Certainly the result of the LV (the box) will look simpler, but it is no question which one is easier to create and maintain; the one which is based on a
This is common error code format used by windows and other windows compatible software and driver vendors. This tool will scan and diagnose, then repairs, your PC with patent pending technology that fix your windows operating system registry structure. Well, when I was pushing out an app to 30 computers that did not have IEEE cards, the cost became outrageous. What causes Labview Runtime - Slow Pc Startup error?
technologyconsulting 49,918 views 2:35 How to Speedup Slow Windows 7 Startup - Duration: 4:02. I'm going postal over this. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! Makes me wonder just how many people out there type "I HATE LABVIEW!" into Google searches!
eventually, matlab and other programming langauges will phase out NI as they start to encorportate driver capability. check my blog A language with strong OOP support. Seasoned programmers look at LabView code and emit question marks over their heads. If I ever get offered a job where I have to work with LabVIEW I will turn it down immediately.
One cleaner may find entries on your system that will not cause problems when removed, another may not find the same entries, and still another may want to remove entries required Reply jtstand says: Monday, 22 November 2010 at 16:05 Sorry guys, I know this is a hate discussion, but I cannot keep it to myself why a developer should love LabView: But that's the decieving part of LabVIEW. this content I found many critical errors in the Boot Perf Monitoring.
So, food for though. I started creating wrappers around the NI and other manuf's C Library using the Groovy language, using JNA and it works great. The NI salesman can have his point of view and so can I and I definitely believe that I don't need to be spending money on bloated corporate hardware, especially when
It also seems that it is not allways taking the 10 to 20 minutes to boot sometimes the PCs boot just normal. The other (currently5 Win 7 PCs) have boot times up to 20 minutes. Or maybe it's a necessity of this crazy commitment to graphical programming. I have two experiences with LabView.
My brother works in the gaming industry as a programmer and C# is the preferred language for rapid tool development. The corrupted system files entries can be a real threat to the well being of your computer. This is true for any language but LV can make things to easy to achieve for its own good. http://evollux.net/labview-runtime/labview-runtime-mac-os-x.html When it comes to interfaces (supposedly it's strength, right?
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