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The Benefits of Programming Graphically in NI LabVIEW

Authored on: Aug 3, 2010

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For more than 20 years, NI LabVIEW has been used by millions of engineers and scientists to develop sophisticated test, measurement, and control applications. While LabVIEW provides a variety of features and tools ranging from interactive assistants to configurable user-defined interfaces, it is differentiated by its graphical, general-purpose programming language (known as G) along with an associated integrated compiler, a linker, and debugging tools. Read this paper to learn more.

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OlNort Posted Aug 11, 2010

Nice paper....it's been a while since I used Labview and this was a nice view of it from the programming language viewpoint. I thought that Figure 9. "The LabVIEW Producer/Consumer design pattern is often used to increase the performance of applications that require parallel tasks" was a bit obtuse in that I did not understand how the dang thing worked... Also the figures could use some higher resolution images.

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