"This issue is with LabVIEW , not mathscript."
Still, I decided to post in the academic board with a post labeled "mathscript in labview"
"I am using the mathscript in the Labview enviroment."
I have yet to find anyone using mathscript outside labview but I keep looking ...
"I am not asking how to use mathscript, rather I am asking how to use a particular node in LabVIEW."
That "particular node" is in fact the mathscript node, but these are unimportant details.
"I perfectly know how to use mathscript."
except I have no idea how to do this specific very simple task in mathscript and that's why I'm asking here in the academic forum. The experts in the mathscript forum probably know less than me, because I am already a mathscript expert. This question is so hard that it probably needs a seasoned academic rocket scientist preofessor emeritus.
"My question relates to LabVIEW enviroment."
...but more specifically the mathscript node. but not really...yes...maybe... wait ... this is confusing. Why am I bringing up the environment. Are we talking about global warming...back to mathscript...hmmm...actually LabVIEW...
I randomly applied certain SubVIs given in Lab-View, and finally found the right combination to decode the data.
Apparently, it seems to work for some of us just fine. Darwin would be proud.
One major problen though: we have to find out what the code actually does! tricky!
Message Edited by Kallis on 03-11-2007 01:18 PM
From Info LabVIEW:
Some select quotes from a company (Axis cameras) which was asked for support in decoding the data coming from a camera and decided they could not write a sample program because they don't have LV:
Michael Ross in response:
"Oh, let them eat semicolons."
I certainly prefer the 1 inch high hurdles in LabVIEW over the 6 foot hurdles in other programming environments.
"...anyone using Labview has probably encountered hurdles throughout their entire product development."